|The Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist Matt Coogan (One Era) has evolved musically over the years; he was first sp|
The Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist Matt Coogan (One Era) has evolved musically over the years; he was first spotted playing guitar, keys, drums and bass for Rock, Indie and Electronic bands until he found the world of computer music production which marked the shift in his career. Matt's remix work for the popular American indie synth duo Work Drugs caught the attention of Parliament-Funkadelic stalwart Chuck Da Fonk Fishman in 2013. Fishman created the group FSQ (Soul Clap Records) around Matt's very unique Caribbean Disco sound. Sa'd Ali (George Clinton' nephew and P-Funk member, RIP), Chas Bronz and 7 time nominated Grammy producer GKoop are the other members of FSQ, which gives the quintet a unique multilayered funk palette to create legendary tunes. Matt splits his time between FSQ and projects like Solus and One Era, on which he writes with friends and collaborators. Unlike its name suggests, One Era’s sound transcends time. You can hear One Era's pocketed production work on FSQ's "Zulu Congo Call (One Era Remix)", "I Zimbra", and "Break The Funk". One Era helped lead the FSQ remix work for Nick Monaco, Kraak & Smaak, Midnight Magic, and Balearic legends Afterlife. One Era's remix of "How Lucky" for Thomas Blondet, was a 2016 electronic world music break out track and it was licensed for the 2017 soundtrack for the romantic comedy "Carrie Pilby".
|Releases:||NSTC048: One Era : The Climb In EP|
|Tracks:||One Era : Duppy Hop (Buy Download)|
|One Era : Climb In (Buy Download)|
|One Era : Double Shuffled (Buy Download)|
|One Era : The Pull (Buy Download)|