All posts tagged "fusion"

  • Tohpati Bertiga – Riot

    Since discovering the quite wonderful guitar playing of Tohpati Ario Hutomo early last year via his Indonesian ethno-jazz fusion combo simakDialog, I’ve kept a close...

  • Chad Wackerman – Dreams, Nightmares and Improvisations

    California-born drummer Chad Wackerman needs no introduction for fans of jazz-rock/fusion. After his 7-year stint with Frank Zappa in the Eighties – started when he...

  • Progstravaganza 11: Call For Bands And Musicians

    Call to bands & musicians from all around the world: If you are interested to take a part on the upcoming Progstravaganza compilation, please send...

  • Miles Davis – In a Silent Way

    “In a Silent Way” is for many Miles Davis’ magnum opus, the album that officially started the Fusion genre. Some may even say it’s the...

  • Hundos – 48:48

    My hunger for improvisational music never ceases. Out of nowhere jumps out this duo from Athens, Georgia, USA. Working as a duo comprised of Sean...

  • Allan Holdsworth – Hard Hat Area / None Too Soon

    Yorkshire-born guitarist Allan Holsworth needs no introduction for progressive rock lovers of every persuasion. Before Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, John Petrucci and their ilk’s dazzling,...

  • Dean Watson – Imposing Elements

    A couple of years ago, I was introduced to the music of Dean Watson through a promo of his debut, the impressive ‘Unsettled’. Although the...

  • SOT – Kind of Saltz

    Salt is a useful thing. Historically, it was used as an imperial currency, and today, we use it to season fries. Salt now also has...

  • 19 A.D.D. – GAIA

    19 A.D.D. is the instrumental progressive metal trio from Denver, Colorado that’s been around since 2006, originally formed as Black Helicopters. Led by an idea...

  • Subscribe – Bookmarks

    That mixing of different subgenres became a backbone for today’s understanding of progressive music is the fact that nobody is disputing, but not so many...