The Pace Report

Season 2011 Episode 12.08.11

The Pace Report: "The Renegade Goes to Church" The Mark de Clive-Lowe Interview

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One of the most important and accomplished musicians and producers has made a dent on the New York City music scene. As of the last 15 years, McDL has been on the cusp of the resurgence of music production where it’s become more of an art and value of substance artistically. Mark de Clive-Lowe is a name that you’ll need to place in your memory banks for years to come. The New Zealand native has jet trekked all over the world studying, playing, and producing music here and abroad. Now, he’s bi-coastal hosting a monthly residency called “Church” here in New York at Club Drom and in LA where currently lives at Angel’s Piano Bar. His acoustic jazz set is a also a hybrid of his improvised electronic and broken beat set, and him serving as a DJ at the end of his set. The Mark de Clive-Lowe Experience is the live adaptation of what and how he produces his music in the studio with special guests that pop up from time to time. In 2000 Mark broke unto the scene as a jazz pianist with his debut “Six Degrees” to critical success overseas. By this time he’d already spent time around the world like Cuba, Japan, France, and parts of the US. While he was in the UK he’d play with some of pioneers of the Nu Jazz and Broken Beat music style ranging from Restless Soul, Bugz In The Attic, 4 Hero, and I G Culture. It was at the same time Mark would develop his skills as a musician and later producer. While growing up in New Zealand Mark learned how to play the piano and become a novice of jazz and other forms of American soul music. In the past decade he’s collaborated on over 250 releases with artists ranging from Sandra St. Victor, Shirley Bassey, Leon Ware, Jody Watley, and Jill Scott. Mark has been often compared to some of his other contemporaries like Quantic, Flying Lotus, and Thundercat. His serious minded love for the elders of this music has allowed him to produce real music that straddles the line of jazz, soul,moreless

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