On 5th May at Camden’s gig and club venue Koko, dark horse Chilly Gonzales played out a mammoth set with two pianos and two drum kits. The Canadian (whose real name is Jason Beck) gained followers as a behind-the-scenes magic producer, working on megahits as Feist’s Let It Die. However a heady mix of stomping good beats and lyrical self-deprecation, humour and satire, fused with multiple personas which play up to his own traits – inclucing his Jewishness – have made his own music deliciously infectious. Being a classically trained musician, he is able to flit seamlessly between genres. To date, he has released more than seven albums covering everything including rap, instrumental, classical, soft pop and electronic dance. Oh, what a night!