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Michel Heroux

Michel Héroux is a Montréal based musician. More at : https://miheroux.wixsite.com/miher

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Kenta Shimakawa

Since age 15, Kenta Shimakawa has been chasing the exhilarating potential of improvised jazz. His compositions juxtapose that energy against the jarring timbres of modern metal, resulting in a unique sound that exudes intensity. Education & TinderGodz In 2014, Kenta moved to New York City to attend the New School for Jazz and Contemporary music. In addition to studying the sounds of M-Base and 20th century/chromatic harmony, he encountered a whole world of talented and upcoming guitarists. Inspired and determined to develop his own sound, Kenta sought the mentorship of accomplished visionaries such as Andy Milne, Kirk Nurock, and Nir Felder

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MetaQuorum

Founded in March 2014 by Dmitry Ermakov, MetaQuorum brings together seasoned musicians with a passion for their craft. Refusing to be pigeonholed into any one genre, MetaQuorum melds a variety of styles from Prog through Funk to Electronic Jazz Fusion to create unforgettable music landscapes. CORE: Dmitry Ermakov – keys, vocals, composition, lyrics, arranger, producer Koos van der Velde – drums, percussion, audio engineering Victor Mikheyev – bass, guitar, composition, producer Carol Ermakova – vocals GUEST: Andrew Guerin – trumpet Marcus Bluesharp – blues harmonica George Mikheyev – cello Christopher Longwood (SugarHill Recording Studios) - mastering

Prog

Label: Heads Up International
Released: 2007
Track listing: Everybody Wants To Rule The World; Physical Cities; Life On Mars; Mint; Giant; Thriftstore Jewelry; Tom Sawyer; This Guy's In Love With You; The World is The Same; 1980 World Champion.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Bad Plus: Prog

Read "Prog" reviewed by Christopher Shoe

Since its appearance on the music scene in 2003, The Bad Plus has been at the forefront of numerous debates within the world of jazz and beyond. Questions of genre placement and definition terminology seem to plague this esoteric band. Its newest disc Prog certainly won't answer these questions or solve these debates. In fact, it ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Bad Plus: Prog

Read "Prog" reviewed by Troy Collins

Free from the confines of major label machinery, The Bad Plus returns to its independent roots fully rejuvenated with Prog, its fifth studio album and first on its own Do The Math imprint (distributed by Heads Up). Although a three-album tenure on Columbia Records brought The Bad Plus far greater recognition than its self-titled 2001 debut ...

PROG

Label: Big Balloon Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: 10 trax of splendid, tripped-out, high-class prog rock

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lyle Holdahl: PROG

Read "PROG" reviewed by AAJ Staff

(Due to the possible aspersion on my character as an unbiased reviewer, I have intentionally delayed praising Holdahl. Why you ask? I am his promotional agent at MP3.com and aye, there’s the rub. But now I must do what this fine artist deserves – be honest.)Many groups try to do progressive rock music, to ...


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