Cordovan is Los Angeles producer/composer/bassist Greg Reeves. Cordovan produces groovy downtempo, future jazz and soul, and reggae/dub, sometimes with vocals (as on the "Tongues" EP which features a different guest singer and a different language on every track) Reeves' dubby, funky bass is usually a very prominent element(he is also a session bassist). Cordovan music appears on many compilations alongside artists like Thievery Corporation, Norah Jones, Tosca, Kaskade, Bombay Dub Orchestra, Brazilian Girls, Dimitri, Miguel Migs, etc.
Labels include Sony/BMG, Quango, Tuff Gong, Kinkysweet, Swank, Further Out U.K., Bastard Jazz, Shadow Records, Upstairs Recordings. Press and interviews can be found in publications like JazzTimes, URB, XLR8R, Bass Guitar Magazine, Rolling Stone, BPM, and others. Airplay comes courtesy forward-thinking radio like KCRW, BBC-1, Urban Landscapes, and many others. Cordovan tracks and remixes can be found in many downtempo and dance DJ playlists internationally. Reeves has worked with a wide range of other artists in a variety of genres--producing, playing bass live and in the studio, mixing, etc.--including Bird York, Jeff Trott, David Harrow(Adrian Sherwood, Dub Syndicate, On U Sound) James Hardway, Keith LeBlanc(Sugarhill Band) Miguel Migs, Nyee Moses, Jill Sobule, Chuck Prophet, E Reece, Zen Realm/The Visionaries, LVX Collective, Jesse DeNatale, Dead Kennedys, Ras Midas, Richard E, Vincent Kwok, and other talented folks. Remixes include Bob Marley, Sarah Vaughan, Billy Eckstine, Rocket from the Crypt, Gabriela Anders, Calexico, Verbrilli Sound, UnknownBoy, Solar Apple Quarktette, Jesse DeNatale, Cills, Barbara Manning, Friends of Dean Martinez, Chuck Prophet, Aram Danesh, Ruut, and more. TV, film, commercial, and interactive composing work includes music for Universal, MTV, FUEL TV, Spike, A&E, Sony, Chrysler, Hewlett-Packard, Sprite, VH1, Saturn, Ubisoft Video Games, Chevy, Converse, Nike, Virgin Mobile and too many others to list.