We met with fusion jazz band MUDDY GREASE from Utrecht and recorded some tracks of their new EP. MUDDY GREASE is a five-piece electro fusion formation characterized by clear, tasteful melodies and energetic, adventurous solos. Stay tuned for the release next week on Friday 30/1!
A journey through space and time, travelling on opposite but jointed paths that lead to places we call homes
Out now: the album "Homes" from multi-dimensional jazz fusion formation Greyheads!
"Think of this as my personal tribute to the influences of my influences". Michael Hamilton is very pleased with his latest EP "Nu Jazz". Hamilton is a guitarist, bassist and aspiring audio engineer living in Glasgow, Scotland. He works mainly as a session musician, but also makes his own music.
Filet au Fonque: Recipe for some great, refreshing funky grooves, an energetic blend of jazz, soul, rock, worldmusic, hiphop and fusion. Dr. Meraki: Soul/fusion made from "Meraki", a creative state of mind to make music with an open willingness & complete whole love.
We met up with electronic jazz band GreyHeads to talk about their influences and thoughts on contemporary music. Stay tuned for their session releasing tonight!
GreyHeads is the multi-dimensional electronic jazz band based in Rotterdam. Blending groovy hip hop and R&B together with electronic sounds and polyrhythmic beats, the band brings you refreshing and original compositions.
Meraki – is a verb, or an adverb, its origins are Greek 18th/19th century, it’s meaning, simply put – is to do something with an open willingness and with complete whole love. That's exactly the approach of Dr. Meraki to music. Their debut EP Blanc was released this month & this Sunday we are recording their session at Gigant Listen Blanc here: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3IzJNy2haWokMpv0N3pZCT Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/…/i…/nl/album/blanc-ep/id1280326144 Deezer: http://www.deezer.com/album/47654502… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xePzGcSM9k
Toshinori Kondo is an Japanese avant-garde jazz and jazz fusion trumpeter. In 1978 he moved to New York, and began performing with Bill Laswell, John Zorn, Fred Frith, and Eraldo Bernocchi. He toured in Europe with Eugene Chadbourne, and collaborated with European musicians such as Peter Brotzman.
To get connected with people and make them a part of the whole concert: that’s the main goal of Mihael Hrustelj when he is on stage with his MH3'O. The mission is not to play music but to become the music. The mix of control and freedom is the reason that their music is filled with rich melodies and rhythm, shouting, clapping, singing, dynamic surprises and above all: honesty, warmth and emotions.