Hailing from Detroit it's clear that this jazz keyboardist got his influences from Motor City's rich musical heritage. Apart from playing in various local Detroit acts, Jeremy got a reputation for being the keyboard guy who understood the techno scene, and has done a lot of session playing for legendary labels such as Transmat.
He is mostly known for his freestyle electronic live performances. With his dexterous pad and keyboard playing, he conjures up 60s soul samples, hip hops beats along with minimalistic electro basslines. And he sings too, all live and all in real time!
Jeremy Ellis Interview
Published: March 2007
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