The Cinematic Orchestra is a UK-based jazz and electronic outfit, made in 1999 by author/developer/multi-instrumentalist Jason Swinscoe, which records on the Ninja Tune autonomous record name.
Other individuals incorporate Tom Chant (saxophone), Phil France (twofold bass), Luke Flowers (drums), Nick Ramm (piano), Stuart McCallum (guitar); previous individuals incorporate Jamie Coleman (trumpet), T. Daniel Howard (drums), Alex James (piano), and Patrick “PC” Carpenter (turntables).
In both live and studio setting, the Cinematic Orchestra utilize a live band which ad libs alongside a turntablist and electronic components, for example, tests given by Swinscoe. In their studio discharges Swinscoe will frequently remix the live source material to deliver a completed item that is a consistent mix of live jazz act of spontaneity with gadgets, to such an extent that it is hard to tell where the act of spontaneity closes and the creation starts. It merits referencing that in the sound of the Cinematic Orchestra the job of conventional solo instruments, for example, piano or wind instruments, isn’t equivalent to in customary jazz; rather than performing complicated performances they give a develop backup condition and regularly there is more space for the drums and the twofold bass to have a lead job.
The Cinematic Orchestra have been noted for their new score to the great 1929 Dziga Vertov’s Ukrainian film “Man with a Movie Camera”. They have dealt with two other scores: they recorded a few tracks for “Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d’enfants” (2004) and made the music for the Disney Nature motion picture “The Crimson Wing” (2009).
The Cinematic Orchestra discharged their most recent collection “Mama Fleur” on seventh May 2007. The collection highlights vocals from Patrick Watson, Fontella Bass and Lou Rhodes. In 2010 their accumulation Late Night Tales pursued.
They have begun their own record mark: Motion Audio Records. One record has been discharged by Lou Rhodes. More discharges will pursue, including Gray Reverend.