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West Coast American musician Brian Ellis lists the instruments he plays as guitar, bass, keys, saxophone, trumpet, xylophone, theremin, kalimba, Bolivian 12-string mando…
For those of you who may need an introduction, Eric Terdjman is a French guitarist and composer who first happened on the music scene with an acid jazz band known as Ecl…
Revolutionary Revolution pretty easily describes the demonstration put on here. Still, while in some ways unique, this is a definite electronica undertaking. Ther…
E-volve is the brainchild of one Red Broad (no, that’s his name, not a crass description of a person!). He is a seemingly creative producer and songwriter who’s pulled t…
Let’s start with a short quiz. Megetmeget is:a. The sound a Scandinavian Frog makesb. A Techno-Jazz duo from Norway and Denmarkc. All of the above
How’s That? is a hard-driving, rather funky dance/electronica 4-song sampler from a sax player who, unbeknownst to me until now, has been producing, writing, an…
New York City native Andrei "Lanes" Terskikh has a gift for techno-pop compositions using shades of trance, ambient and electronica. His soundscapes tap into the human p…
Acoustic guitar, saxophone and electronic media and effects go into the production of The Door by Brian Citro and Charles Gorczynski. The CD is a soundtrack to …
Japanese brothers Shuya and Yoshihiro Okino (Kyoto Jazz Massive) celebrate ten years on the Compost record label with this sharply packaged two-CD set. Featuring guest a…
Maybe it’s the alternator. Formed in Tokyo in 1995, TV Pow, Brent Gutzeit and Michael Hartman, with added Todd A. Carter in 1996, moved to Chicago to form an ambient, la…
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