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Outsidethebox

Label: Rainy Days
Released: 2018
Track listing: Sipiagin's Mood; Jazzmashin; 7=5; Paint; Some Thomas; Strange Party; Sharp Night; Ku Ku; Omulu Dance.

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Sasha Mashin: Outsidethebox

Read "Outsidethebox" reviewed by Troy Dostert

For a debut record--and a drummer's album, no less--Sasha Mashin's Outsidethebox displays a remarkably assured ambition. In fact, Mashin even started his own label to ensure that his music saw the light of day. And with some top-shelf talent providing the compositions and instrumentation on these groove-heavy, stylistically diverse pieces, the results are consistently engaging and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sasha Mashin: Outsidethebox

Read "Outsidethebox" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Drummer Sasha Mashin makes clear that he's the real deal within the first fifty seconds of this date. Opening “Sipiagin's Mood," the lead-off track on his debut release, with a solo drum introduction, Mashin immediately stakes his claim. Chops, of course, don't always equate to true artistry or position, but in this case technique and taste ...

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Jazzmashin

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Label: Rainy Days
Released: 2018
Duration: 7:13

Rainy Days

Label: Brassland
Released: 2012

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Dark Skies

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Label: Brassland
Released: 2012
Duration: 3:24


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