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.
Widek owns a recording studio, which he used to record and mix more than a hundred bands.
It’s quite surprising how low-profile he is considering the number of musicians he played with.
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.
It’s Friday! As a follow-up to the topic of symphonic metal started by Osture in the previous edition of Musicellaneous, this time I’d like to tell you about once-existed German band Beyond the Bridge.
During its lifetime the band has recorded the only album, but it’s a real masterpiece (you wouldn’t see them in this series otherwise).
It was my very first visit to the Dutch city of Nijmegen, which is located near the German border.
The reason for my going there was a joint aikido seminar led by three senseis:
So I was brave enough to not get scared off by storm Ciara (but nonetheless happy to be back home before dark).