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New And Recent Releases In Jazz Fusion And Progressive Rock

Read "New And Recent Releases In Jazz Fusion And Progressive Rock" reviewed by Len Davis


The new release from Lyle Workman from Uncommon Measures the recent release from Gavin Harrison-Antoine Fafard Chemical Reactions and from Japan Gecko & Tokage Parade with their new album RE: Tokage plus Elektrik Market from their album Elektrik Market and Indonesian guitarist Tohpati from his album Mata Hati. Playlist Lyle Workman “Arc Of Life" ...

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Article: Album Review

Dewa Budjana and Tohpati: Janapati

Read "Janapati" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Janapati combines the names of two of the best guitarists (jazz, rock, jazz-rock fusion, world, and any/every other music you've got) from Indonesia, Dewa Budjana and Tohpati Ario Hutomo (Tohpati). As leaders of their own bands or as contributors to other recordings, the two have appeared on more than fifty combined releases, many for the globetrotting ...

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Article: From the Inside Out

Back in the Day, Around the World

Read "Back in the Day, Around the World" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Brooklyn Funk Essentials Stay Good Dorado Records 2019 Back in the day, jazz bands like Roy Ayers' Ubiquity and soul bands like the Ohio Players played more than jazz and soul. Jazz and soul were their main ingredient, but only one ingredient among others stirred in ...

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Article: Interview

Leonardo Pavkovic: Nothing is Ordinary

Read "Leonardo Pavkovic: Nothing is Ordinary" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


More than any other person, Leonardo Pavkovic has made me write some crazy shit. Pavkovic is the primal force behind the joyously eclectic MoonJune Records, which he established in 2001. “Established" may not be the right word: “I am truly an unusual and rules breaking call-it-record-company with a 'label' identity despite the fact that ...

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Article: Album Review

Tohpati Ethnomission: Mata Hati

Read "Mata Hati" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Indonesian guitarist and composer Tohpati, like his countrymen Dewa Budjana and Dwiki Dharmawan, is a busy studio musician who somehow manages to keep several of his own distinct musical projects moving in parallel. The most well-known of these is probably simakDialog, best described as an Indonesian jam band whose copious recorded output has been cut short ...

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Article: Album Review

Ligro: Dictionary 3

Read "Dictionary 3" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Ligro is yet another one of MoonJune Records' stellar discoveries from Indonesia. One says “Indonesia" with caution, as each member of this supremely energetic fusion power trio hails from a culturally different part the vast region: bassist, occasional pianist, and chief composer Adi Darmawan is from Madura, drummer Gusti Hendy is from South Kalimantan and guitarist ...

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Article: Album Review

Dwiki Dharmawan: So Far So Close

Read "So Far So Close" reviewed by Dave Wayne


With the release of So Far So Close by keyboardist Dwiki Dharmawan, MoonJune Records continues their inconceivably fruitful collaboration with the cream of Indonesia's jazz crop. The first non-guitarist to be featured as a leader on the label, Dharmawan nevertheless drafts countrymen (and label mates) Tohpati and Dewa Budjana to provide 6-stringed excitement, while US-based superstars ...

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Article: Album Review

Tesla Manaf: Tesla Manaf

Read "Tesla Manaf" reviewed by Dave Wayne


The beneficiary of free-range musical knowledge gleaned from his father's record collection---one which included discs by the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Gentle Giant, Pat Metheny, and Soft Machine--guitarist / composer Tesla Manaf has subsequently developed a completely unique musical voice. Perhaps more importantly, he's a daring young fellow who's not afraid to take artistic chances. Classically-trained, he tired ...

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Article: Album Review

YK Samarinda: Jazz for Borneo

Read "Jazz for Borneo" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Ethnic fusion jazz is a term that has gained currency in Indonesia in recent years and is typically applied to bands who incorporate elements of Indonesian folk music--melodies and/or instrumentation--into a jazz-fusion aesthetic. The four-piece YK Samarinda from East Kalimantan, Borneo, falls into this broad category; its use of the sapeh (or sampeh)--a traditional lute originally ...


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