Tickets on sale now: rockfeedback.seetickets.com/event/cottilon/the-shacklewell-arms/1187692
Cotillon is the moniker of Jordan Corso, a New York City based artist with ties to both San Francisco and Los Angeles. The Cotillon story began in the fall of 2013, when Corso accepted an invitation from Chet «JR» White to move into his spare bedroom in San Francisco and develop his debut LP, a room famous for housing prolific songwriters such as Christopher Owens, Tobias Jesso Jr, and Cass McCombs, who all worked under White's wing. Under White's guidance, Corso wrote and recorded his first album, and inked a deal with Californian indie label Burger Records.
After the release of his debut S/T LP, who SPIN Magazine (among others) honed one of 2015's best, and a tour across the US, Corso sold nearly everything he had and boarded a plane for New York. «The time was right for me to make a New York album. I moved into a small apartment with my girlfriend and began getting to know the city» says Corso. So the story goes, Corso wrote everyday taking inspiration from the french new wave, japanese literature, uppers, downers, big city culture, and a romantic relationship.