Biography

GHOSTCHANT

GhostChant aka Joe Cornwell is one of the UK’s most prominent up and coming producers and remixers. GhostChant has recently received radio play from Rob Da Bank on BBC Radio1 and Evolution, East Village Radio in New York, BBC 6 Music, KCRW (Los Angeles), and Rinse FM. His excellent live show has saw him opening up for Four Tet in Hong Kong’s Clockenflap Festival, supporting Gold Panda and Submotion Orchestra, to add to eclectic DJ sets alongside heavyweights Zed Bias, XXXY and Paleman. His music is inspired by the sounds of Burial, Bonobo, and MJ Cole to create richly textured sonic ambient and atmospheric backdrops. GhostChant is currently working on his debut album Sincerity set for an early Autumn 2014 release on the seminal BBE Records.

Discography

Siren’s Song is the third and final single taken from Ghostchant’s remarkable debut albumSincerity. Ghostchant’s genre defying, bass & garage influenced electronic beats create a deeply cinematic soundscape over which vocalist Sophia Ben-Yousef calls to mind vintage Everything But The…

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The music of GhostChant is, appropriately, haunted by traces of musical spirits that Joe Cornwell (the young man behind the moniker) must’ve registered subliminally… some listeners will hear echoes of ‘intelligent’ drum’n’ bass, and artists as diverse as Everything But…

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Known as Joe Cornwell, Ghostchant is swiftly becoming one of the UK’s most prominent up and coming producers and remixers. Radio 1, 6 and Rinse FM airplay, gigs with personal hero Four Tet and on the BBC Introducing stage followed…

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Recently described by Wonderland magazine as “one of the UK’s most exciting Garage producers”, GhostChant quickly sidesteps any attempt to pigeonhole his sound by dropping two more cuts from his genre-defying debut album ‘Sincerity’. ‘Reasons’is a touching, subtle piece of…

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GhostChant aka Joe Cornwell is one of the UK’s most prominent up and coming producers and remixers. His trippy future garage and deep bass sounds are the current soundtrack to Liverpool’s warehouse parties and underground clubs, and spreading far and…

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