To promote his Kickstarter campaign, the LA-based musician showcases what can be done with a few gizmos, a keyboard and a lot of talent
To publicise his Kickstarter campaign, LA-based keyboardist Mark de Clive-Lowe is borrowing a format made popular by Vevo’s ‘1 Mic 1 Take’ series. For the past couple of weeks de Clive-Lowe has released a couple of impressive videos where he shows fans just why they should help him record his 11th studio album.
Above is the most recent addition to the series, Brukstep, which, as the names suggests, is a broken beat joint punctuated with nifty Latin flourishes. Also on this page is de Clive-Lowe’s first One Take video, an interpretation of jazz-dance hit Hot Music by Soho.
With the support of you generous folks, de Clive-Lowe’s forthcoming album, entitled Church, will be based around his live, collaborative music nights that he’s been running in Los Angeles and New York for the past three years.
You can help make this happen by donating to de Clive-Lowe’s Kickstarter campaign that ends on November 12.