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Brian Charette Releases New Solo Hammond Electronica Album, 'Like The Sun'

Brian Charette Releases New Solo Hammond Electronica Album, 'Like The Sun'

New York City organist/pianist, Brian Charette describes his latest recording Like the Sun as “Kraftwerk meets Harlem juke joint." It's Hammond with electronics and drum machines that he has programmed to react to him in provocative ways. Everything is tracked live. Here is Charette recording Track 2, “Time Piece" (view video). Like the Sun was recorded ...

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Thomas Wolff

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Thomas Wolff spend some active years in the 80´s playing with several bands in the Rhinevalley around Remagen /Bonn.Among therm BILLY AKEEM, the TALEWOOD ORCHESTRA and his own quartet CONNECTION. He changed his focus during the 90s and built up his "digital production suit" CREATIVE-SOUND.de with many publications, most of them under the project name HARMONIC OBSESSION, available on amazon, iTunes and most online shops. (Acid Lounge - RED, Disorder by Night, Embraceable, Per Se, Flute Mood, Chill Out Lounge - Strings, ....) Some of the music (2004-2012) is available as music clips at Youtube

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Mo Egeston

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Maurice "Mo" Egeston is a pianist, band leader and educator from St. Louis, Missouri. He spends his musical time leading bands and writing music while also working as a collaborative pianist, accompanist and educator in both the classroom and private studio. A longtime veteran of the St. Louis music scene, Mo currently leads Mo Egeston (Mo E) All-Stars who released their debut album in 2017 followed by 6 singles in 2020-2021. Pre-Pandemic he developed and hosted an event called Late Nights Grooves @ the Dark Room, created through his residency (first year) with the Kranzberg Arts Foundation

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Axel Rigaud

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Combining analog synthesizers and live wind instruments, Axel Rigaud constructs overwhelming soundscapes, plunging the listener into a hybrid musical universe where electronic and acoustic mediums effortlessly mesh as one. Starting in music at the ripe age of 6, Axel Rigaud began his saxophone studies at the Châlons Conservatory in the Champagne region. 20 years later, he graduated from the Paris Conservatory. For him, performing live implies taking risks, therefore his live performances always leave a major part to improvisation. Thus, his audiences become bathed in a swirl of electro-acoustic sounds which is always original and unique

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Kollega

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Band line up - DAVE SHOOTER - bass & pedalboard, laptop and controllers; LERØY LUPTØN - synthesiser, guitar, laptop controllers; MATT ROBINSON - tenor saxophone; BEN MCCABE - drums Kollega are a quartet from the North West of England who play original music. At Kollega HQ we are inspired and motivated by fusing technology and contemporary sounds into our music alongside acoustic and electric instruments. The tunes are underpinned by big grooves and processed bass sitting beneath insistent tenor saxophone and lush analogue synths with loops and samples providing lots of sweet additional sonic interest. We believe that the studio and live outputs of the band should reflect each other while providing different and complementary experiences

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Article: Catching Up With

Taz Modi: Submotion Orchestra is a unique blend

Read "Taz Modi: Submotion Orchestra is a unique blend" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Submotion Orchestra is a band from Leeds, UK, with a kaleidoscopic approach to making music. Since 2009, it has made music influenced by different strands of music, be it electronica, jazz, soul, pop or dub music. It's an interesting cocktail of sounds and influences that has yielded five albums to date with Kites (SMO Recordings, 2018) ...


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