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Pat Van DykePat Van Dyke is an American multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and bandleader, currently residing in New York City. He produced several records with different notable artists, such as Sadat X (Brand Nubian), John Robinson (Scienz of Life), EL Da Sensei (Artifacts) and many more. Pat’s music has been featured on broadcast television shows such as NBC’s “Last Call with Carson Daly”, cable networks like MTV, VH1, Esquire and the Oxygen Network, as well as viral videos from the likes of VICE Magazine. He got UK-Radio spins from taste makers such as Gilles Peterson.

“Right On Time” has the typical Pat Van Dyke sound with a funky touch to it. He mixes true-school hip hop & experimental electronic music with the rich harmony & refreshing subtlety of jazz. Drawing from a diverse range of sounds, his music features live instrumentation alongside analog synthesizers, vintage keyboards, and lush horn sections, straddling the boundaries of electronic music, jazz, and golden era hip-hop. A breath of fresh air in the days of overdone jazz sample based rap beats.

If jazz and hip hop had a child it might be called Pat. Now available soon on CD format due to popular demand!


01. Opening Credits
02. Untitled
03. Science Fiction
04. Right On Time
05. Bossa Break
06. Whitewalls
07. Sketch
08. One For Shuggie
09. Pocket
10. Credits Roll

The album Pat Van DykeRight On Time” (Jakarta) is going to be released July 31, 2015.

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