Posts Tagged ‘Improvised’

10/06: Back to the Future! Chameleon Project w.Jamie Kidd & Spktra

Chameleon Project returns to the underground pinball den that is the Junction City Music Hall for another session of livetronica, spacefunk, nu-funk, acid jazz and beyond. Joining the project on this voyage is former CP bassist and techno DJ extraordinaire Jamie Kidd, who will be playing an eclectic set of dance floor killers following the […]


Sept.9: Fat Cats 25th Anniversary Celebration ft.Chameleon Project

  25 Years – That’s a long time, Long enough to record multiple albums.  Long enough to tour extensively across North America and play countless shows in Ontario. Long enough to be considered the Godfathers of the “jam” scene in Canada. Long enough to make a lot of friends and the Fat Cats are bringing a huge […]


July 1st: Canada Day Jamtacular! Mutli-Band event @ the Corktown, Hamilton, ON

After Funk presents: Canada Day Jamtacular! @ The Corktown After Funk w/ KC Roberts & the Live Revolution, Chameleon Project, Must Stash Hat $15 advanced, $20 day of show, 19+ Afterfunk Hailed as ‘the grooviest band north of the border’ (Live for Live Music), After Funk is one of Toronto’s hottest up and coming bands. […]


Chameleon Project interviewed in Vents Magazine!

Chameleon Project interview in Vents Magazine How would you classify your music? Psychedelic Dance Music, Livetronica, Jamtronica, Acid Jazz, Fusion… unlike pretty much everything else out there. Who are some of your top 5 musical influences? 1. Jazz Greats – Grant Green, Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock, John Coletrane, Donald Byrd etc. 2. Grateful Dead 3.King […]


Indie music blog Razorfish.com reviews Chameleon Project….

Indie music blog Razorfish.com reviews Chameleon Project….. “The Chameleon Project is a true rarity in the modern music world. Few bands or artists have the audacity to engage in such virtuoso genre hopping like this Toronto headquartered quartet.” -Razorfish.com Read the full review here: Razorfish.com reviews Chameleon Project “Funk ‘n’ Space.”