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Moto Fukushima

Born in Kobe, Japan and NYC based six-string electric bass player, upright bass player, composer, mountain dulcimer and syamisen player. 

He has been playing music for as long as he can remember. He received the scholarship and outstanding performer award before graduating sum cum a laude from Berklee college of music in Boston, MA. With a strong background in jazz improvisation, Western classical music, Japanese traditional music and African inspired musical sensibilities of South America, his playing is an amazing combination of finesse, subtlety, and power. 

Performing with great artists such as Mike Stern, Dave Weckl, Joe Lovano, Donny Mccasalin, Ari Hoenig, Cliff Almond, Marta Gomez, Labalteu band, Interoceanico, Eric Kurimski, Oscar Penas, Richie Barshay, Andy Arnold, Vladimir Cetkar, Hiromi, Dave Eggar, Big Apple Circus, Alex Skolnick(Testament) and Gil Goldstein, he has redefined the role of the bass. He is also a core member of World music group, House of Waters

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House of Waters: The Fresh Fountain of Fusion

Read "House of Waters: The Fresh Fountain of Fusion" reviewed by Jim Worsley

Fascinating is the first word that comes to mind, followed by insightful, sophisticated, adventurous, engrossing, and perhaps even astounding. Am I making reference to House of Water's most recent record, Rising (GroundUP, 2019) or am referring to a conversation with the three accomplished and notably bright musicians who comprise House of Waters? The answer is yes. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

House of Waters: Rising

Read "Rising" reviewed by Jim Worsley

A musical instrument with a sounding board or box, typically trapezoidal in shape, over which strings of graduated length are stretched and played by being struck with handheld hammers. Step to the head of the class if you immediately knew this was describing a dulcimer. It's not an instrument generally associated with jazz. Come to think ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

House Of Waters: House Of Waters

Read "House Of Waters" reviewed by Roger Farbey

The eponymous follow-up to House Of Waters's 2012 album Revolution is no less an iconoclastic offering than its predecessor (or the band's previous two albums Peace The Coats and Elsewhere). Iconoclasm here is a relevant noun because the trio's musical approach confounds traditional perspectives. So although not compositionally similar to say, Philip Glass's extraordinary soundtrack Koyaanisqatsi, ...

Revolution

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2012

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Released: 2012
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Oscar Penas: From Now On

Read "From Now On" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The music on From Now On is modern jazz marinated in the seductive flavors of Spain and South America. Guitarist Oscar Peñas' path lead him from Barcelona to Brooklyn, NY, and this geographic duality is ever-present in the intriguing blend of music that's presented on this, his debut for BJU records. While Iberian-influenced ...


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