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Mocky

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Mocky

Performer, producer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Dominic "Mocky" Salole came to prominence in the Berlin electronic scene of the mid 2000s, releasing three acclaimed solo albums, co-writing and producing classics like Jamie Lidell´s Multiply and Feist´s The Reminder and making waves on stage with close collaborators (and fellow Canadians) Peaches, Feist, Chilly Gonzales and founding the rapping puppet group The Puppetmastaz. It became evident that Mocky had his own way of doing things when he did his first tour at the zoos of Europe (literally setting up and playing in the zoo in every town that he played and doing a matinee at the monkey cage before his club date). In 2009, his music took a jazz-inflected turn to the acoustic with the release of Saskamodie, which showcased his songwriting talents while introducing his unique sensibility to a receptive new international audience. A critics´ favorite, Saskamodie was described by Pitchfork as "an exceptionally musical album – there´s no other word for it that could fail to seduce only the hardest of hearing, or the hardest of hearts." In 2011, after work in Big Sur on Feist´s Metals, Mocky relocated to Los Angeles, where he quickly established himself as a co-writer with uncommon credentials, and eccentric working methods collaborating with breakthrough artists like L.A.´ s rising R&B star Kelela. With his monthly rooftops gigs at the ACE Hotel, meanwhile, he has breathed new life into the L.A. live scene. Along the way Mocky has given us some clues as to the direction he is heading by releasing two digital mixtapes/EPs (The Moxtape Volumes 1 and 2) and released his album Key Change documenting his move from the musical community of Berlin-Kreuzberg to his new home in L.A.-Echo Park and reflecting the vibe of the cities emerging underground jazz and psychedelic scene.
His brand new work “How to hit what and how hard “ is out since August 2017.