Gregory Reeves (aka Cordovan) is a Los Angeles-based electronic artist, composer, and musician. His work can be heard on A&E, History Channel, FUEL TV, Universal, EA Games and many more. His sound art and installation work includes pieces for the Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, as well as creating a soundscape for the huge geodesic dome at the Peats Ridge festival in Australia, New Years eve. Electronic releases (as Cordovan, GSUB, etc.) have received winning reviews in XLR8R, URB, JazzTimes, and Rolling Stone. Remixes include Bob Marley and the Wailers ("One Love" from "Roots Rock Remixed" on Tuff Gong/Quango), Sarah Vaughan, and others.
While Cordovan artist releases fall in the downtempo and nujazz realm, Reeves' "Photic" is a collection of minimal, generative ambient works. "Vega" is made entirely from manipulated field recordings taken on Los Angeles freeways. "Dark Field" uses convolved urban sounds to create a brooding ambient soundscape (the piece was originally composed for the DUOscope multimedia installation in Sydney), and "Anemone" was created using undersea video footage to generate musical events.
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