The return of Tevo Howard with 3 lush, emotive and contemporary Chicago house tracks.
Kate Simko and Tevo Howard are known for creating out of the box and genre-bending productions. Now, the native Chicagoans announce their ‘Theme Track EP,’ giving music lovers a taste of things to come from the album. Closing the EP in the spirit of PolyRhythmic, renowned New York producer Fred P (aka Black Jazz Consortium) delivers a masterful remix of ‘PolyRhythmic Theme’.
The Black Electro Orchestra is an alias of Tevo Howard that was originally meant to be used as a template for other artists to take and use, rearrange, rework, and reiterate.. Respectively, after a first eclectic album, the alias took on the identity of cover songs reiterated as Chicago House and Chicago Electro House tracks.. This album titled Cosmopolitan 1987 does consist of that, 12 covers from classic electronic compositions that paved roads in the 1980s and set the path for electronic composers today….
New Tevo Howard project! As a step into the Chicago Electro House genre, Sequence Report is an alias of Tevo that came about with the intention of exploring Popular music. inspired by the early pioneer work of artists such as The Art of Noise and Kraftwerk who crafted the computer automated voice in electronic music. Secromance , nonetheless, utilizes tuned and pitched automated vocals in a bit more of exploration within the Chicago Electro House genre. Our special feature for this album is a popular gem for the Chicago Steppin’ community titled, ”Been Steppin’ to your Love…” All extended versions for the DJs.s
Lovely house track by Tevo Howard, with an excellent remix of Francis Inferno Orchestra.