Monkey See Monkey Do perform totally improvised sets of club music. All their performances and recordings are spontaneously created in the moment, so that while the focus is always the same, no two gigs are ever alike. Touching on house, hip-hop, funk, broken beat and ambient without ever residing too long in one area, they use a pool of some of the best drummers in the country, and feature guest mc's, vocalists, horn players, poets, artists and other performers as an integral part of their performance. Monkey See Monkey Do are Gareth Parry (guitar), Taz Modi (keyboards) and drummers including Myke Wilson and Luke Flowers. The project evolved from a weekly residency at a bar in Leeds, which started off as a jazz gig, but quickly erased all traces of typical jazz tunes (and bass players) in favour of a fluid, continuous set of groove-based improvised music. Gigs soon followed at Leeds' flagship beats nights New Bohemia (one of Radio One Worldwide's 5 best UK clubnights) and Harlem Bush Club at the HiFi, as well as support slots for Bugz in the Attic, Jazzanova, Bonobo and Amp Fiddler. They've also created the Monkey See Monkey Do Film Club, which performs fully improvised live soundtracks to films, and premiered at the 2008 Green Man Festival with the classic Czech film, 'Valerie and Her Week of Wonders'.