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Zachary Biggus was surrounded by music at a young age. He began playing guitar at the age of 11,
focusing first on rock and later turning his interest to jazz. By 16, he was working with local bands in the
Chicago land area. In 2010 Biggus released his first album, "Jusqu’a Présent". This independent release
displays Biggus’ capacity for composition as well as improvisation. Since it’s release, Biggus continues to
perform regularly in the Chicago land area, and has established himself both in his tasteful complements to
the rhythm section and on innovative solo flights.
"From The Very Start" is the latest studio release from Zachary Biggus and features original compositions, drawing from styles of Rock and Jazz
Wolfgang Dauner was a German jazz fusion pianist who worked in the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and with Hans Koller, Albert Mangelsdorff, Volker Kriegel and Ack van Rooyen. He was the father of German drummer Florian Dauner, a member of the German hip-hop group Die Fantastischen Vier. Dauner attended the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart, where he concentrated on composition, piano, and trumpet. In the 1960s he belonged to a sextet led by Joki Freund. As the leader of his trio, he recorded for the first time in 1964, an early session in the history of European free jazz. In 1969, he was leader and composer for Radio Jazz Group Stuttgart
Folkwang Hochschule für Musik; Hochschule für Musik, Nürnberg; Conservatorium van Amsterdam; World-scholarship 2001 Berklee College of Music, USA;
Ed Hartman performs and scores percussive, orchestral, jazz, pop, rock, Latin, world and electronic music. Ed Hartman is a composer in Seattle, Washington, with a widely varied musical background. Ed's recording facility includes a very large array of real percussion instruments (marimba/vibes, hand drums, world percussion, etc.). Originally from Chicago, Ed Hartman is an accomplished composer, performer, and educator. Ed received his Bachelor of Music from Indiana University, and has been involved with the film and music communities in the Pacific Northwest for decades. He creates music drawn from many styles, genres and cultures
On the new album, the band performs as an electrified quartet, not like so far, as an acoustic quintet . The personal changes in the group were an inspiration to choose a new, unknown path, which generates the concept of a group as a multi-tasking, synergistic machine. In this way, "Termomix" outlines new boundaries on Polish jazz scene where jazz, electronics, improvised music, post-rock and mathcore become a common tool for building evolving and original sound. A wide range of instruments, various production techniques, elastic sound and finally communicative themes are just some of the features of the new Alpaka Records' title directed to an open-minded listener.
Ken Aihara is Boston and New York based Japanese Multi-Keyboard player/Composer/ producer and Sound designer. Ken mixes different elements of music ( Jazz fusion, EDM, Rock, etc..) to create his own style. also his performance produce deep and energy sound. Called “New type of keyboardist….. such as keyboard beast!!” In 2018-2019, Ken recorded Progressive Fusion single "Theia Impact"(release end of Jan 2019) and Album "Multiverse"(Release Feb 2019) with Bob Lanzetti(Snarky Pappy, 3-times Grammy winner), Evan Marien(Allan Holdsworth), Marko Djordjevic(Matt Garrison) and Aaron Nevezie(Emmy Award-nominated for tracking and mixing music for the documentary film "In a Dream" ) at Bunker studio.
A group of interesting, and talented people coming together to make the something strange and weird. Based in Philadelphia, PA. Assembled by Band leader Pat Brennan, the group clashes improvisation with electric sound, and the high energy tradition of jazz.
Sienná is an awake-walking daydreamer, a blurry contrast of multiple styles, an illusionist of the vivid pastel sound, a contemporary traditionalist, and a beautiful reflection of the crossover of cultures we see in the modern world. She is a songwriter, producer, keyboardist, singer and experimental music sensation. As a Japanese expatriate in Norway and live-electronic artist who has performed across Europe and Asia over 10 years, Sienná not only acts as a unique innovator; but also fearlessly brings ‘no rules’ approach to creating improvisational mixes through a command of the avant-garde EDM genre consisting of electronica, house, jazz, and traditional-contemporary Japanese. Sienná is known for collaborations with renowned artists including Nils Petter Molvaer, a psychedelic jazz trumpeter from Norway, Mick Karn, a deceased English bassist, and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, where Sienná performed as an opening act to the band in the UK on several occasions. More info: http://www.sienna-web.com ::: http://www.myspace.com/siennaweb ::: http://www.youtube.com/siennaweb