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Bodhisattwa Ghosh

"The Bodhisattwa Trio" is an Experimental Jazz Fusion/Avant Garde outfit from Kolkata, India, which believes in expressionism, social reflection and spontaneous creation. Drawing influences from life, the universe and everything, the trio, with Bodhisattwa Ghosh on Guitars, Premjit Dutta on Drums and Shonai on Keyboards & Synth Bass delivers a mix of original instrumental compositions with special emphasis on harmonic and rhythmic expansion, theme and variation, virtuosity and spontaneous improvisation. Formed in 2012, the trio has under their belt a 4-track EP “Fuzzy Logic” and 2 full length instrumental albums “Intersections” and “Heart of Darkness”

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Matt Ingeneri

Matt Ingeneri is Jazz guitarist based in New Delhi who has also performed in New York, Washington DC, Boston, China, Southeast Asia, and Africa. He has appeared at the DC Jazz Festival, Boston Arts Festival, China's West Meets East Festival, and the JazzKif, Ca Swing a Kin, and Concerts in the Park festivals in Africa. A product of Washington DC's vibrant Jazz scene, Matt performed regularly for over a year with legendary Blue Note house bassist Butch Warren. Matt has also worked with other luminaries of the DC scene, including Lawrence Wheatley, Ted Efantis, Billy Smith, and former Chess Records session musician Jimmy Burrell

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Prasanna: All Terrain Guitar

Read "All Terrain Guitar" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

As a solo artist, Prasanna (Raga Metal Conversations, Raga Bop Trio) doesn't record that often, but when he does, it's usually an impressive musical statement, incited by his ferocious licks and unique convergence of Indian Carnatic music with a Western muse. For example, check out his previous outing, which is an East-West tribute to Jimi Hendrix ...

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Tarun Balani Collective: Dharma

Read "Dharma" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Drummer / composer Tarun Balani's previous album, Sacred World (Self Produced, 2013), offered audiences a fresh look at the synthesis and Indian music and jazz. On Dharma, Balani steps back a bit from the music of his homeland. The result is still an invigorating listen. Balani's composing here makes extensive use of hypnotic, propulsive ostinati. Conceptually, ...


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