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Dictionary 2

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Paradox; Stravinsky (with Bach Intro); Future; Don Juan; Bliker 3; Etude Indienne; Miles Away; Transparansi.

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Ligro: Dictionary 2

Read "Dictionary 2" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Recorded in Jakarta (Indonesia) in 2011, Dictionary 2 presents the first international release from one of Indonesia's most acclaimed jazz-rock fusion trios: Drummer/percussionist Gusti Hendy, bassist Adi Darmawan and guitarist Agam Hanzah. (Hendy doubles as a member of Indonesia's pop-rock sensations GIGI.)Dictionary 2 burns with enough kinetic energy to traverse the entire distance of ...

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Ligro: Dictionary 2

Read "Dictionary 2" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Another great fusion band from Indonesia, Ligro is a co-operative trio comprised of guitarist Agam Hamzah, bassist Adi Darmawan, and drummer Gusti Hendi. Compared to the other Indonesian jazz and fusion artists on the MoonJune roster (Dewa Budjana, Tohpati Ario Hutomo, and the group SimakDialog) Ligro's sound is appreciably more aggressive and, dare I say, more ...

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Ligro: Dictionary 2

Read "Dictionary 2" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Moonjune Records has performed a service for progressive-rock and jazz-fusion aficionados by propagating an influx of stellar albums by Indonesian artists and bands that morph Western traditionalism into a distinct sound spectrum. One such ensemble is the power trio Ligro that, in Indonesian lingo, translates to “crazy people." Formed in 2004, its second release, Dictionary 2 ...

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Dictionary 2

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2012


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