Tag: jazz

Musicellaneous ‣ D.F.A.

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Photo by D.F.A.

It’s Friday people! The nineteenth edition of Musicellaneous features an Italian jazz rock fusion extravaganza called D.F.A., which unfortunately ceased to exist a while ago.

By the way, the abbreviation stands for “Duty Free Area”.

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Musicellaneous ‣ Presto

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Friday again! I think I’ve hit the rock bottom in my quest for musical exotics.

This eighteenth edition of Musicellaneous features a totally unknown to general public endeavour of Japanese jazz musicians titled Presto.

There’s as little as nothing on it on the Internet. And if there were, you wouldn’t be able to find it given the band’s name.

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Musicellaneous ‣ Electric Outlet

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Photo by Lion Music.

It’s Friday! A pandemic is definitely no reason for missing out on the good music!

This seventeenth edition of Musicellaneous presents a mysterious and obscure band I bet you never heard of.

It’s the jazz-funk-fusion project Electric Outlet from Germany.

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Musicellaneous ‣ 4Front

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Photo by 4Front/Facebook.

Gee it’s Friday again! The fifteenth edition of Musicellaneous continues to introduce you to progressive bands having a 4 in their name.

This time I’m going to pull the American instrumental-progressve-jazz band 4Front out of my music treasure chest.

This project is as little known as it is fascinating. You will hardly find any information about it on the Internet, save for the band’s Facebook page.

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Musicellaneous ‣ 7for4

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Friday! This fourteenth edition of Musicellaneous presents a little known yet extremely professional German collective with the funky name 7for4.

7for4 was founded back in 1999 by the guitarist and the band’s frontman Wolfgang Zenk. It has released only four albums to date.

But what albums!

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Musicellaneous ‣ Owane

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Photo: owane.fandom.com.

Our today’s Musicellaneous guest is the Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Owane. He employs a number of instruments by thoroughly weaving djent riffs into the jazz-funk texture of his compositions.

Owane (real name Øyvind Pedersen) is a musician from Sortland, Norway and he has released three albums to date.

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