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Shane Cooper is a jazz bassist, composer and producer based in Cape Town, South Africa. He recently launched his new album 'Oscillations' which is out now on iTunes. In 2013 he was selected as the Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz. He was a member of the groups Babu (SAMA Nominee) and Closet Snare, and still works with the Kyle Shepherd Trio (SAMA Nominee) and the Reza Khota Quartet, and has also worked with artists like Zim Ngqawana, Feya Faku, Louis Moholo- Moholo, Malcolm Braff, Jeroen van Vliet, Marcus Wyatt, Soweto Kinch, Melanie Scholtz, Bokani Dyer, Nicky Schrire, Afrika Mkhize, and more.


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”changing the face of jazz while staying true to the genre.” (Eyewitness News)

“an eclectic young musician who has rapidly emerged in the jazz world as first- call bassist for serious jazz” (Music Industry Online)

“Whether electric or acoustic, his instrumental voice is distinctively generous and lyrical” (Mail & Guardian)

“Cooper has a long-time interest in original music and genre combinations that stretch the definition of ‘jazz’.” (Mail & Guardian)

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Album The Hunter by Shane Cooper

The Hunter

Enja Records
2019

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Album Welcome To This World by Shane Cooper

Welcome To This World

Afrosynth Records
2018

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Album Skyjack by Shane Cooper

Skyjack

Self Produced
2016

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Album Oscillations by Shane Cooper

Oscillations

Self Produced
2013

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Big Sky

Big Sky

Shane Cooper
Oscillations

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