Chameleon Project | Live At Camp Bisco

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Live At Camp Bisco

by Chameleon Project

Psychedelic dance music that floats on slick beats mixed with hypnotic soundscapes. A mix of jazz, dub, funk jazz and boutique electronic music all made exciting with healthy doses of improvisation. This is a live set. "All live, no jive."
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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Psychedelic dance music that rides on slick beats and floats on hypnotic soundscapes mixing dub, funk, jazz and boutique electronic music into an engaging hybrid. This is a live set from the Camp Bisco festival performed July 2012, NY, USA.

->Psychedelic dance music

As Toronto’s agents and instigators of the local live jam, fusion & electronica scene, The Chameleon Project (CP) have been the city’s host to, and shared the stage with, such acts as The New Deal, Lotus, Charlie Hunter, EOTO, Dub Trio, Garage Mahal, Biodiesel and Bassnectar. CP has 2 full length album releases, 1 EP and a special DJ vinyl remix pressing to it’s credit and has appeared at premier North American festivals such as Camp Bisco (Mariaville, NY), Freedom Festival (Toronto, ON), Evolve (Antonish, NB), and the NuJazz Festival (Toronto, ON) to audiences numbering in the tens of thousands.

Fresh off winning Relix Magazine’s Jam-Off Contest -Band On the Rise, The Chameleon Project is once again busting onto the American scene. Armed with bass-heavy material, daring improvisations and mind-bending tonal colors, woven with elements of dub, jazz, disco, fusion and psychedlia the Project has been regularly astounding audiences by taking listeners to a sonic places, yet uncharted in the realms of dance music.


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