Talinka – recording debut by Israeli born actress, filmmaker, singer TALI ATZMON

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New Release on MoonJune Records
Released also in the UK on Fanfare Records
TALINKA
Dear Friends in Music
Please check MoonJune’s new release (licensed by Fanfare Music, UK), a debut album by the Israeli born and London based actress, filmmaker and singer TALI ATZMON. This album that is hugely recommended by Mr. MoonJune Itself, the legendary Robert Wyatt.

“Talinka – such an evocative name – wittily appropriate for this intimate set so sensitively arranged around Tali’s straight from the heart, true and soulful voice. Since hearing Ms. Atzmon’s discrete contributions to records by Gilad Atzmon and friends I’ve long wished she would make a record revealing her own deeply personal approach to music, and here, at last, is that record.” Robert Wyatt

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Led by vocalist Tali Atzmon, the group Talinka creates a new distinctive sound that explores the diverse musical journeys of four British musicians, each already distinguished in their fields. Tali Atzmon was a renowned actress and singer in Israel; Jenny Bliss is a baroque virtuoso artist who plays viola da gamba, baroque violin, flute and sings on the album; Yaron Stavi is one of the leading double bass players in Europe and Gilad Atzmon is an internationally acclaimed jazz saxophonist, performing here on bass clarinet, soprano saxophone and accordion.

Talinka transcends boundaries creating a natural continuum between folk, jazz, tango and early music. The unusual choice of instruments and combination of personalities create an amalgam of past and present, East and West. The album features seven original compositions, including Tali Atzmon’s soulful songs Losing Vision, When You’re Gone and Every Now and Then. “I wrote the song Losing Vision in response to the Syrian refugee crisis, she says, “the bass clarinet together with the viola da gamba create a primordial auditory realm that evokes a deep sense of Sisyphean existential struggle yet a cry for a change.” The album also features unique interpretations of the classic songs from The Great American Songbook Don’t Explain and You Don’t Know What Love Is.

“For us, the love of music extends beyond style and genre. We believe in songs and beauty being vital forces of nature. We adhere to simplicity, harmony and warmth. The outcome is a natural breathing, deep and spacious sonic adventure,” says Tali Atzmon.

Tali Atzmon vocals; Jenny Bliss Bennett viola de gamba, violin, flute, vocal;
Gilad Atzmon – bass clarinet, soprano sax, accordeon; Yaron Stavi – double bass;
with special guests Frank Harrison piano and Enzo Zirilli percussion
Led by Israeli actress and singer Tali Atzmon, this lifting blend of folk, early music, jazz, tango and free improvisation, weaves a considerable spell … a subtle sense of exotic otherworldliness. (4 stars) Chris Ingham, Mojo Magazine, UK

An impressive leadership début from Tali Atzmon. The album touches many bases with its wide ranging and evocative arrangements while her lyrics are perceptive and intelligent and enhance the music. (4 stars) Ian Mann, The Jazz Mann, UK

Talinka brings together an unusual set of instruments (viola de gamba, bass clarinet, double bass) behind Tali Atzmon’s exotic art song vocals. The original songs are dreamy and often undefinable, infused with elements of jazz, echoes of klezmer and abstractions of tango. Talinka also borrows a few pages from the Great American Songbook in torchy, after-hours renditions of “Don’t Explain” and “You Don’t Know What Love Is.” The album’s closing selection, the mordantly romantic “Every Now and Then,” is a dead-ringer for latter-day Leonard Cohen. – Dave Luhrssen, Shepherd Express, USA

Tali Atzmon’s voice features unerring sensitivity to pitch and highly expressive but never overelaborated lyrical delivery. Her approach to lyrics—a combination of her own material and standards—had a directness and sensitivity that favoured simplicity and nuance over the familiar range of vocal techniques which have become a staple of jazz singing over many years. Her choice of material tended toward the elegiac, which perfectly matched the strikingly unusual combination of instruments supporting her—not least the combination of bass clarinet (or accordion) and viola da gamba. – Wakefield Jazz, UK

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Please vote for ALLAN HOLDSWORTH and MOONJUNE in 82nd Annual DownBeat Readers Poll

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PLEASE VOTE FOR
ALLAN HOLDSWORTH
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New York, July 18, 2017

Dear Friends in Music

This is a Friendly Invitation to vote in the 82nd Annual DownBeat Readers Poll for ALLAN HOLDSWORTH in DOWNBEAT HALL OF FAME category, and for MOONJUNE in RECORD LABEL OF THE YEAR category. Voting is officially open now, and jazz and beyond jazz fans can vote in 34 different categories:

Hall Of Fame • Jazz Artist • Jazz Group • Big Band
Jazz Album (Released between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017)
Historical Album (Released between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017)
Trumpet • Trombone • Soprano Saxophone • Alto Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone • Baritone Saxophone • Clarinet • Flute
Piano • Keyboard • Organ • Guitar • Bass • Electric Bass • Violin
Drums • Vibraphone • Percussion • Miscellaneous Instrument
Male Vocalist • Female Vocalist • Composer • Arranger • Record Label
Blues Artist • Blues Album (Released between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017)
Beyond Artist Or Group • Beyond Album (Released bet. June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017)

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Please vote at Your earliest convenience. The poll will close in the end of Summer and results will be published in the December issue of DownBeat Magazine which will hit newsstands and reach subscribers from the end of October 2017.

Last year (2016), MoonJune Records – a truly and brutally independent one-man-operated New York City based record label with focus on progressive music exploring and expanding boundaries of Jazz, Rock, Avant, Ethno, the Unknown and Anything in Between and beyond – arrived at the 7th place among much bigger and much more established record companies with larger marketing budget, and whose staff overwhelmingly outnumbers my stuff, composed solely by Me, Myself and I. MoonJune records is largely a labor of love, I do what I like, I like what I do, and all artists on my label are also my friends. We are an extended family of similarly minded people. We enjoy what we do. Besides some household jazz-rock-fusion and prog-rock names, MoonJune Records promotes many talented musicians that probably You have not heard of before, or have heard but haven’t tasted their music, extraordinary artists from Indonesia, Spain, Serbia, Italy, Belgium, Israel, UK, Uruguay, Brazil, Canada, Japan, Germany, USA. This year, I humbly invite You again to vote for MoonJune Recordsat the 82nd annual DownBeat Readers Poll 2017. And of course You can vote for any other great jazz and beyond album, artist and more, or other label. Your vote counts.

But this time I also have a very special request. Earlier this year, on April 15, my long time friend with whom I had a more than special personal and professional relation for over 15 years, the legendary Allan Holdsworth, passed away at his home in Vista, CA. There is no greater measure of a life well lived than the amount of people he had impacted, and by that measure the artist Allan Holdsworth lived a very good life. This man took a plank of wood, a few strings, and some wires and transformed people’s lives in a way that few others have. The ultimate genius of the rarest kind. One of THE greatest musicians ever lived. Allan Holdsworth is above all, the ultimate Jazz musician. My very special request is to vote for ALLAN HOLDSWORTH in the HALL OF FAME category at the 82nd Annual DownBeat Readers Poll. For whatever unknown reasons, his name wasn’t listed by DownBeat stuff among so many great jazz and beyond jazz artists, but at the end of the list, there is a little box where Youc an make Your own choice, and I am kindly asking You, to include the great name of ALLAN HOLDSWORTH in that box. He truly deserves this.

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Besides voting for ALLAN HOLDSWORTH in the HALL OF FAME category and MOONJUNE in the RECORD LABEL OF THE YEAR category, I suggest the following MoonJune Records & MoonJune Music (booking/management) albums and artists (plus special guests appearing on MoonJune related releases) whose albums were released between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017.

Jazz Artist category suggestions:
DWIKI DHARMAWAN
DEWA BUDJANA
NICOLAS MEIER

Jazz Group category suggestions:
WINGFIELD REUTER STAVI SIRKIS
TOHPATI ETHNOMISSION

Jazz Album (Released bet. June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017) category suggestions:
DWIKI DHARMAWAN, Pasar Klewer (MoonJune)
DEWA BUDJANA, Zentuary (Favored Nations)
NICOLAS MEIER, Infinity (Favored Nations)
TOHPATI ETHNOMISSION, Mata Hati (MoonJune)

Soprano Saxophone category:
GILAD ATZMON (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)
DANNY MARKOVITCH (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)

Tenor Saxophone category:
TIM GARLAND (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)

Clarinet category:
GILAD ATZMON (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)

Flute category:
SAAT SYAH (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
DIKI SUWARJIKI (plays on Tohpati Ethnomission’s Mata Hati album)

Piano category:
DWIKI DHARMAWAN (Pasar Klewer album)
GARY HUSBAND (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)

Keyboard category:
GARY HUSBAND (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)

Guitar category:
MARK WINGFIELD (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album, and Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis’ The Stone House album)
DEWA BUDJANA (Zentuary album)
TOHPATI (Mata Hati album)
NICOLAS MEIER (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album; and Infinity album)

Bass category:
TONY LEVIN (plays upright bass on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
YARON STAVI (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)

Electric Bass category:
YARON STAVI (plays on Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis’ The Stone House album)
JIMMY HASLIP (plays on Nicolas Meier’s Infinity album)
INDRO HARDJODIKORO (plays on Tohpati Ethynomission’s Mata hati album)

Violin category:
DAVID CROSS (plays of Stick Men’s Midori album)
ARIS DARYONO (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)
RICHARD JONES (plays on Nicolas Meier’s Infinity album)

Drums category:
ASAF SIRKIS (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album, and Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis’ The Stone House album)
GARY HUSBAND (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
JACK DEJOHNETTE (plays on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
VINNIE COLAIUTA (plays on Nicolas Meier’s Infinity album)
DEMAS NARAWANGSA (plays on Tohpati Ethnomission’s Mata Hati album)
PAT MASTELOTTO (plays on Stick Men’s Midori and Prog Noir albums)

Percussion category:
ARIS DARYONO (plays on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)

Miscellaneous Instruments category:
MARKUS REUTER (touch guitar) (plays on Stick Men’s Midori and Prog Noir albums and Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis’ The Stone House album)

Male Vocalist category:
BORIS SAVOLDELLI (sings on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)
TONY LEVIN (sings on Stick Men’s Midori and Prog Noir albums)

Female Vocalist category:
UBIET (sings on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
RISA SARASWATI (sings on Dewa Budjana’s Zentuary album)
PENI CANDRA RINI (sings on Dwiki Dharmawan’s Pasar Klewer album)

Composer category:
DEWA BUDJANA
DWIKI DHARMAWAN
MARKUS REUTER
NICOLAS MEIER
TOHPATI
TONY LEVIN

Arranger category:
DEWA BUDJANA
DWIKI DHARMAWAN
MARKUS REUTER
NICOLAS MEIER
TOHPATI

Record Label category;
MOONJUNE

Beyond Artist Or Group category:
WINGFIELD REUTER STAVI SIRKIS
DEWA BUDJANA
STICK MEN
TOHPATI ETHNOMISSION

Beyond Album (Released bet. June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017) category:
WINGFIELD REUTER STAVI SIRKIS, The Stone House (MoonJune)
STICK MEN, Prog Noir (Iapetus/MoonJune)
STICK MEN, Midori (Iapetus/MoonJune)
DEWA BUDJANA, Zentuary (Favored Nations)
TOHPATI ETHNOMISSION, Mata Hati (MoonJune)

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Poughkeepsie-based Chamber Rock act The Warp/The Weft Release Single “Briars”

Hi Musikoon,

Hope all is well. I am writing in hopes of pitching Poughkeepsie chamber rock act The Warp/The Weft and their new single "Briars" on your blog. Please let me know if you would like any more information and i can provide or send over a download.

Band: The Warp/The Weft
RIYL: Wild Beasts, Antony and the Johnstons
Single: "Briars" (soundcloud link)
Website | Promo Pic by Mel Clark | Album Art | Facebook Page

Poughkeepsie-based hard chamber rock quartet The Warp/The Weft are psyched to announce the release of their single "Briars" off their forthcoming album Mapping an Absence out 7/29/17 via Admirable Traits Records.

Here is what lead singer Shane Murphy had to say about "Briars"

"I had the idea for ‘Briars’ for quite a while. I nearly shelved it, but it breathed the way I was hoping it might when I finally brought it to the band. It was the song on the album that seemed to want the dramatic vocal texturing and the whirr of the hurdy gurdy. And guitarist Chris Pellnat has always wanted a song that ended a cappella…he finally got it!"

The Warp/The Weft, active since 2012 in and beyond New York’s Hudson River Valley, has earned praise for its uniqueness and song-crafting from casual and devoted listeners alike. Blending traditional and avant-garde styles, the warmth of a good wool sweater and the sometimes-bleak cold of an upstate winter, the progressive folk and psychedelia that the band brings to bear (compared to Fairport Convention and Jethro Tull) is propelled by poetic lyrics and a "spirit-conjuring," lilting tenor that "puts Murphy alongside Shearwater’s Jonathan Meiburg as one of the most captivating high-register voices in rock today" (Ron Hart, Chronogram). 2017’s Mapping an Absence introduces bassist Trevor Larcheveque, whose vocal harmonies help to anchor the band firmly in the chamber category.

The Warp/The Weft are…

Trevor Larcheveque: Bass/Vocals

Christian Laura: Drums

Shane Murphy: Vocals/Guitar

Chris Pellnat: Guitar/Accordion

Let me know if you need any additional information + thanks for your time.

Best,

Mike

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#023 The Warp/The Weft – Mapping an Absence (out 7/28/17)
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#020 Humble Braggers – I Know Better, I’m No Better
#019 Cooler – Phantom Phuzz
#018 Brompton Collective – "Collide"
#017 Hundred Plus Club – For You
#016 Brat’ya – Call Me EP
#015 M.A.G.S. / Humble Braggers – Split

#014 OCCY – No Way
#013 Tomoreaux – At Peace, Overlook
#012 Sixties Future – s/t
#011 Aircraft – 7 Gems From the Sparkling Void
#010 Humble Braggers – Disposable Friends
#009 The Lagoonas – Welcome Home
#008 M.A.G.S. – Cellophane
#007 Bryan Johnson and Family – Cool Your Jets EP
#006 Brimstone Blondes – AGE OF CONSENT
#005 Half Day – In Public
#004 The Denzels – Blow 7"
#003 The Denzels – "222" (single)
#002 Merchants – The Red Room EP
#001 The Denzels – Easy Tiger EP

musikoon, we’ve got some fresh new sounds from one of your favourite artists!

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Premiere: Tinexis – The Dark Side Of The Moon incl. Stas Drive Remix

Exclusive Premiere: The Dark Side Of The Moon incl. Stas Drive Remix

Listen on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tinexismusic/sets/tinexis-the-dark-side-of-the-moon
As a new label bursts onto the current dance music scene, Dreamcatcher is a bright light in the ever-expanding musical firmament. With a debut release that captures the essence of the underground progressive sound, Tinexis illuminates “The Dark Side of the Moon”.

A major force in his home country’s music scene, Tinexis is a mysterious artist in a world of social media noise. Pushing against the idea that high visibility is the key to success, the Swiss artist finds an ‘appeal in anonymity’. Whether performing live, through his “Other Sides” podcast, or brand new monthly “Depth Immersion” show on Proton Radio, Tinexis continues to mesmerise and hypnotise through a unique blend of music that captivates fans and listeners alike.

His debut release thus continues to build on a reputation that is set to grow. “Dark Side of the Moon” is a brooding dance floor gem that evolves with consummate ease via a backdrop of pounding beat, driving percussion and melodic mastery. Shimmering arpeggios vie with intricate bass groove and stuttered vocal cuts as an emotive chord progression flows. Pausing at a stripped back breakdown, a stepped lead line cuts through the sonic spectrum with its crystalline edge before joining forces with rhythm and bass once more in the third movement to hugely impressive effect. This is a remarkable debut.

Ukrainian DJ and producer, Stas Drive, needs little introduction to the underground dance fraternity. An artist of skill and renown, his work in both the live and studio arenas have seen Stas dominate Russia and Ukraine’s club scene. Performances at festivals including the famous “Kazantip” as well as working as event promoter and DJ school teacher, has seen Stas gather a wealth of experience as he continues to become a major force through his studio work.

A double-century of production credits sit proudly next to the Stas Drive name as he finds his work allied to blue-chip imprints including microCastle, Sudbeat and Hope. Indeed, it was for the latter that saw Stas make an appearance on Nick Warren’s hugely successful crowd-funded album, “The Soundgarden”, with his track, “Arjuna”. Regularly supported by the DJ glitterati, John Digweed, Sasha and Hernan Cattaneo have all kept the Stas Drive name in the limelight.

Now working his production magic for Dreamcatcher, the Stas Drive remix of “Dark Side of the Moon” is built upon a dark, pounding groove that sees a seismic kick lay the foundations for a running bass line to keep energy high, as metallic percussive shots span the stereo-spectrum in precise fashion. A wealth of additional production material is in full evidence as a dance-floor jewel explodes at the mid-point with its stabbed synth line. Using Tinexis’ emotive lead line to full effect at the breakdown, Stas Drive’s skill is to combine this with his own production elements in a shimmering, dynamic club classic that climbs to a rousing zenith in the third movement.
Tinexis and Stas Drive have provided a journey of enlightenment on “The Dark Side of the Moon”.

Already supported; Danny Howard (BBC Radio), Pete Tong (BBC Radio), Booka Shade, Eelke Kleijn, Grum, Ruben De Ronde, Paco Osuna, Dolan Bergin, Marc DePulse, Guy Mantzur, Rob Hes, Animal Trainer…

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La Forme Announce New Single – ‘Birds In An Aviary’ #Indie #Synth #Pop

Good Morning,





​Artist: La Forme

Track Title: Birds In An Aviary

Format: Single

Genre: Synth/Pop/Electronica

Label: Libertino Records

Release Date: 24th July 2017

Release Format: Digital Download

Stream: Stream

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‘Birds In an Aviary’ was inspired lyrically by the line in the Tennessee Williams’ play ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ where Maggie says to Brick

"I’m not living with you, we just occupy the same cage." La Forme’s vocalist and lyricist Chris explains: "I have always loved that line,

it’s just so wonderfully blunt and sad, I just took that metaphor and stretched it. Birds is about a relationship breaking down with birds as the

protagonists. One of my favourite things to do lyrically is to take the idea of a love song and then frame it slightly differently, because love

is such a strange emotion."

La Form’s darkly alluring slice of intelligent synth pop has a quintessential European outlook. The sound is simultaneously futuristic whilst
still possessing the warmth and comfort of an age where pop ran supreme. ‘Birds In an Aviary’ is a new beginning for the band in many ways
that is ambitious and poetically direct. Think Morrissey suavely wondering into the grooves of New Orders ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’ with
Arthur Russell producing it all in some Brooklyn dive studio in 1983!

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MoonJune New Release: DUSAN JEVTOVIC, No Answer. Progressive Jazz for the XXI Century. Feat. Asaf Sirkis & Vasil Hadzimanov.

MoonJune Records’ new release:

DUSAN JEVTOVIC
No Answer

DUSAN JEVTOVIC guitar
VASIL HADZIMANOV acoustic piano, Fender Rhodes, Mini Moog bass
ASAF SIRKIS drums

Dear Friends in Music

MoonJune Records is proud to announce the new release of one of the most extraordinary musicians on the MoonJune label’s roster, Serbian born and Barcelona Spain based guitarist extraordinaire Dusan Jevtovic. Already on his 5 participation on extended MoonJune’s family of similarly minded musos, No Answer is Dusan’s third solo album and the second solo album on the label, and his next studio work was already recorded last month again at the magic La Casa Murada in Spain, with Gary Husband, Markus Reuter and Bernat Hernandez, will be released in the first trimester of 2018.

Direct link: dusanjevtovic-moonjune.bandcamp.com/album/no-answer

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The inspired pairing of guitarist Dusan Jevtovic and pianist Vasil Hadzimanov, mobilized by the convincing playing of Asaf Sirkis on drum kit, has resulted in a sound that cross-pollinates the most forward thinking aspects of progressive music with the excitement of post-jazz. Think ECM record label vibe filtered through Radiohead played at an intimate after-hours jazz venue and you’ll catch the vibe. Choosing to work without a bass player opens new dynamic possibilities and allows the guitar and keyboard voicing to dance and weave in a textural ballet. Vasil’s beautiful arpeggiated piano serves as delicate counterpoint to Dusan’s raw textured playing. Asaf alternates between the delicacy of Jon Christensen and the driving power of vintage Billy Cobham. Mini Moog bass brings a powerful bottom end for Jevtovic’ soaring acrobatics and reinforces Sirkis’ driving grooves. As with the very best instrumental music, there is a lot of careful listening, creative comping, and building off the other players’ energy, resulting in a music that is at once confident, inspired and original. Dusan Jevtovic’ second international release (his third) on the New York progressive jazz label MoonJune might be his groundbreaking work which will intrigue fans of guitarists such as John Abercrombie, John Frusciante, Terje Rypdal, David Torn, Nels Cline, and Jimi Hendrix.
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The inspired pairing of guitarist Dusan Jevtovic and pianist Vasil Hadzimanov, mobilized by the convincing playing of Asaf Sirkis on drum kit, has resulted in a sound that cross-pollinates the most forward thinking aspects of progressive music with the excitement of post-jazz. Think ECM record label vibe filtered through Radiohead played at an intimate after-hours jazz venue and you’ll catch the vibe. Choosing to work without a bass player opens new dynamic possibilities and allows the guitar and keyboard voicing to dance and weave in a textural ballet. Vasil’s beautiful arpeggiated piano serves as delicate counterpoint to Dusan’s raw textured playing. Asaf alternates between the delicacy of Jon Christensen and the driving power of vintage Billy Cobham. Mini Moog bass brings a powerful bottom end for Jevtovic’ soaring acrobatics and reinforces Sirkis’ driving grooves. As with the very best instrumental music, there is a lot of careful listening, creative comping, and building off the other players’ energy, resulting in a music that is at once confident, inspired and original. Dusan Jevtovic’ second international release (his third) on the New York progressive jazz label MoonJune might be his groundbreaking work which will intrigue fans of guitarists such as John Abercrombie, John Frusciante, Terje Rypdal, David Torn, Nels Cline, and Jimi Hendrix.

Dusan Jevtovic is Serbian guitarist based in Barcelona, Spain since 2003, and has released two solo albums: On The Edge” (2009, L’Indi, Spain) and Am I Walking Wrong? (MoonJune, 2013), and has recorded and toured with a vast arrays of International artists such as Xavi Reija, Tony Levin, Gary Husband, Asaf Sirkis, Vasil Hadzimanov, Marko Djordjevic, Xavi Reija, Bernat Hernandez, Markus Reuter, Rafa Pons, Rim Banna.

Vasil Hadzimanov is Serbian pianist/keyboardist based in Belgrade, and son of two iconic pop singers from 60’s and 70’s, who are still active: Macedonian legend Zafir Hadzimanov, and Senka Velentalic. Alumni of Berklee College of Music, Vasil has recorded and performed with Theodossi Spassov, Marko Djordjevic Dusan Jevtovic, Toni Kitanovski, David Binney, Antonio Sanchez, Matt Garrison, Vlatko Stefanovski, Nigel Kennedy, Vlatko Stefanovski, David Gilmore (jazz guitarist).

Asaf Sirkis is one of the busiest European drummers, performing over 200 shows per year. Based in London, born in Israel, he recorded and performed with Tim Garland, Jacob Collier, Larry Coryell, Gwilym Simcock, John Abercrombie, Jeff Berlin, Kenny Wheeler, Gary Husband, Gilad Atzmon, Andy Sheppard, Bob Sheppard, Mark Egan, John Etheridge, Mark Wingfield, Nicolas Meier, Dwiki Dharmawan, Dewa Budjana, Kamal Musallam, David Binney, Billy Sherwood, Carles Benavent, Nguyên Lê, Jimmy Haslip, Beledo, Mauro Pagani, Soft Machine Legacy, and many more.

DUSAN JEVTOVIC
Am I Walking Wrong?
DUSAN JEVTOVIC
On The Edge
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MoonJune Music Recommends Series:
ASAF SIRKIS ” Full Moon”

18 TUNES OF PROGRESSIVE JAZZ & BEYOND
featuring One Of Today’s Most Versatile And talented Drummers

FREE DOWNLOAD

“Listening to Asaf Sirkis” at work, two things are immediately obvious: passion and commitment. Blessed with technical skills that are disarmingly under-played, his middle-Eastern sensibility balances the potentially volcanic with the meditative and reflective. A master of creative surprise, it’s on the edge of your seat listening when Asaf’s in town.” – Dr. Bill Bruford

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MoonJune Records’ recent release:
MACHINE MASS, Plays Hendrix

“Tremendous breakthrough psychedelic jazz record that demands serious international attention. Machine Mass Plays Hendrix is a major triumph, it’s a Masterpiece.” – Jerry Gordon, WPRB Radio, Princeton University

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Argrph Announce New Single

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ARGRPH ANNOUNCE NEW SINGLE
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Artist: ARGRPH (Pronounced ARE-GRAPH)
Track Title: ‘CYMORTH’ (Support)
Format: Single / Digital Download
Label: Libertino Records
Release Date: 23.06.17
Genre: Shoegaze / Surf

‘CYMORTH’

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CYMORTH (meaning Support/Help) is ARGRPH’s follow-up single to the majestic melancholy that
was ‘Tywod’ from late 2016. Spending studio time again with producer Llyr Parry (Y Niwl, Palenco,
Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog), songwriter, guitarist and vocalist Emyr Sion was joined by Caradog Davies (drums+vocals) and Gwyn Rosser (guitar+vocals). Together they have created a song that musically brings a darker hue to their already distinctive dreamy, surf pop. Emyr is fastly developing to be one of the bravest and singular new creative voices from Wales.

CYMORTH is a song “Dealing with the inadequate and destructive advice given to those suffering
from mental health”. “Mocking the sentences that I (Emyr) have heard time after time during the
darkest points of my life” CYMORTH is a poetic and emotionally bruising song. There lies the magic
of ARGRPH’s sound, making the universal personal and the personal universal with music that is always emotionally stirring and beautifully uplifting.

Links to ARGRPH
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Hms Morris Unveil New Video for ‘Morbid Mind’

HMS MORRIS UNVEIL NEW VIDEO FOR ‘MORBID MIND’


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Artist:HMS Morris

Track Title: ‘Morbid Mind’

Format: Video

Label: Waco Gwenci

‘Morbid Mind’

Video Link: https://youtu.be/YtFRE8dZAR0 (Video Contains Strobe / Flash Photography)

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‘Morbid Mind’ and ‘Arth’ showcase the range of the band’s songwriting, sailing from a White
Denim–esque fluster to melodies reminiscent of traditional Welsh folk music.‘Morbid Mind’ explores
the morbid curiosity that resides within all of us, that drives the popularity of ‘murderabilia’ and lies
behind the rubbernecking instinct. The lure of the morbid can be explained as a noble desire to empathise
with the unfortunate, but can also lead to obsession, insanity, even death…

‘Arth’ (Welsh for ‘Bear’), is a tribute to an animal associated in cultures around the world with spiritual
strength, courage, and harmony with the cycles of the Earth. Today, as the fight intensifies to overcome
the forces destroyingour global communities and habitats, it seems more important than ever for us to
channel the spirit of Arth. Following the success of their debut album ‘Interior Design’ the band are excited
to showcase new material alongside old favourites and will be hitting the road from April.

Live Dates

June 23rd Chester Live, Chester
July 1st Gwyl Tafwyl Festival, Llandaff Fields, Cardiff.

Biography

HMS Morris are a Welsh Art-Pop group that delve into the wonky, odd-ball side of psychedelia, finding the balance
between bold experimentalism without giving up accessibility. With an undercurrent of post-punk edginess, the group
toy with colliding synthesisers and cooing vocals and still manage to create something cohesive and alluring (Clunk).
Released in November 2016, the band’s debut album ‘Interior Design’ is ‘a real trip, a multi- dimensional sound that
traipses across hitherto unexplored regions of sound’ (Clash), and with an as yet untitled follow-up already in production,
it seems the voyage is just getting started.

Contact

Please get in touch with Aled at beastpruk for interviews / Q&A’s and promo downloads,
or contact hmsmband for live bookings.

FACEBOOK: facebook.com/HMSMorrisband
BANDCAMP: hmsmorrisband.bandcamp.com
TWITTER: twitter.com/hmsmorris
SOUNDCLOUD: soundcloud.com/hmsmorris


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John Lawrence (Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci) // Datblygu // Oddbox Records // Superhand //
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MACHINE MASS Plays Hendrix (Michel Delville, Tony Bianco, Antoine Guenet)

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MACHINE MASS
PLAYS HENDRIX
MoonJune Records* new release

MICHEL DELVILLE guitar
TONY BIANCO drums
ANTOINE GUENET keyboards
* in association with Audio Anatomy

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Dear Friends in Music.

MoonJune Records‘ heavy weight, Belgian-Italian guitarist extraordinaire Michel Delville is returning for the 9th time to the extended MoonJune family (his 10th album participation on MJR, on Dominique Vantomme’s new album “Roads”, will be released before the end of the year).

Augmented by the addition of the otherworldly talents of young maestro keyboardist, Antoine Guenet (The Wrong Object; Sh.TG.N; Univers Zero), fellow sonic adventurers — and Machine Mass founders — guitarist Michel Delville (The Wrong Object; douBt; Alex Maguire Sextet) and drummer Tony Bianco (douBt; Elton Dean; Dave Liebman) combine forces to steam through a set which provides a refreshing retake of some of the most influential psychedelic rock classics from the ’60’s that changed the face of music! While the songs reference frameworks familiar to most classic rock aficionados, the comparisons end there: the trio follows flight plans which are uniquely their own, achieving moments stunningly fresh, instinctive, profound and moving. The addition of piano and keyboards to the tracks provides a welcome approach, imploring reharmonizations as well as complete revisions many hipsters, both young and old, will revel in!

In typical Machine Mass fashion, the music thumbs its nose at convention and is unapologetically uninhibited in its delivery. The group pushes boundaries on all front, producing a record that is as fascinating from a tonal / textural perspective as it is from the ‘harmonic rethink’ and the mass of corporate liberties taken within the song structures, respectively.

Machine Mass’ “Plays Hendrix” is an engrossing, brilliantly conceived retake on some of rock’s most adventurous classic moments; a quintessential album for fans of rock, psychedelic and progressive, alike.

All other albums featuring Michel Delville on MoonJune Records
are available for a limited amount of time (until July 15, 2017)
for $10 (CDs, plus shipping)
or $7 (instant digital download (WAV, FLAC, M4A, MP3-320).
​​​​​​​Click on each album icon for more info and free streaming.
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