Joe Cang – Slowtime Album: Described by the Evening Standard as “One of London’s great singers and songwriters”, Joe Cang’s artistry/unique voice and musicianship has seen him grace both major venues, recording studios and writing rooms globally.
Now preparing to bring his latest offering “Slowtime” to market, Cang himself describes the album as: “played not programmed, raw not processed, it’s a Sunday afternoon with time to listen to the stories, and the songs…in Slowtime”
Whilst Cang is best known for a plethora of sonics within his palette, this album offers a focus on some of the distinctive flavours within the true depth of his undeniable musicianship. “Always Tomorrow” is the first release from his new album SLOWTIME. It’s a call and a confessions to the calm comfort and confusion of procrastination as its recognized, accepted and dismantled allowing the power of dreamtime to bot deceive and guide.
Joe Cang – The Artist: Originally signed by Clive Davies (Bruce Springsteen, Santana, Aretha Franklin) Cang had a huge impact on national radio with his song “Make Love” being play listed for 5 weeks on Radio 2 drawing comparisons with the likes of Paolo Nutini and Amy Winehouse along the way.
Joe Cang is known for his diverse yet distinctive audio palette which has taken him to Nashville with his publishers Reverb/Reservoir, to international chart success with reggae artists Aswad with whom he wrote their UK top 5 hit “Shine”.
A musical tour-de-force both live and in the studio, Cang has toured with the likes of Scritti Politti, Ian Dury, Desmond Dekker and Marianne Faithfull, whilst also writing with celebrated artists like Hall and Oates, Hugh Masekela, Leona Lewis and many others.
He continues to perform regularly with pianist and co-writer Matteo Saggese as the band Loco Ironico collaborating with Sarah Jane Morris, Phil Manzanera and Tony Remy amongst others. He is also the singer with Orphy Robinson’s Jazz FM award nominated project Astral Weeks.
Joe Cang is on radio rotation with the tracks – “Always Tomorrow” and “Drug Habits”