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Justin Rock

After six records and with one more on the way for 2015, Justin is quickly becoming one of the bay area's most in demand jazz guitarists. Jazz Weekly describes Rock's sound and writing on his most recent release, "Eye Of Ra", as, "lovely a mix of sounds and grooves as sweet and sour sauce". In addition to performance, Justin has been teaching for over 15 years, and composes for film and t.v. Just off a recent west coast tour with the Madeline Tasquin Trading Company, Justin is an up and coming artist at the beginning of a bright future. Keep an eye out for his trio's (Bastet) upcoming live recording entitled, "Earplugs And Ambien", a collection of original grunge-jazz music, due out in December '15

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Never Weather: Blissonance

Read "Blissonance" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Drummer and vibraphonist Dillon Vado is a Bay Area musician whose group, Never Weather, has produced a debut CD that shows a lot of versatility. The band uses a lineup that features, trumpet, saxophone and guitar to create music full of sudden twists and that sometimes straddles the line between jazz and rock. Guitarist ...

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Never Catch Up

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Label: Ridgeway Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 05:11

Blissonance

Label: Ridgeway Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Never Catch Up; Transient; Mask; There is No Secret; Resolute; Blissonance; Medium; Always Setting; No Grasp; Morbique; Bring Back the Color; Introspection.

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Bastet: Freedom is a State of Mind

Read "Freedom is a State of Mind" reviewed by Dave Wayne

The tough thing to do with a jazz trio of any kind is to make an impression. There are lots of trios out there--economically it's the best configuration if one wants to take home a little cash from the gig--and a lot of them are good. A few are great. Nearly all of them are more-than-competent, ...

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Bastet: Eye of Ra

Read "Eye of Ra" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Billing themselves as “original modern West Coast Jazz," I half- hoped to see Shelly Manne and Bud Shank pop up amongst the credits on Bastet's debut album Eye of Ra. Alas, the music of this Bay Area-based quartet apparently has very little to do with the Los Angeles- based West Coast jazz scene that spawned such ...


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