A visionary artist at the forefront of the Irish Afrobeat scene, over the past year Sequence has delivered a string of tracks that have seen his status continue to grow. From his 2017 singles ‘TNM’...
Dub Workshop with Prince Fatty & Nick Manasseh. A live dub tutorial showing the fundamental principles of recording and mixing, discussing the concept of versions, alternative mixes and how to cut ...
Audubon Lab Experiment (A.L.E) is about the transcending of genres and totally free improvisation. Bringing a high level of jazz musicianship to the table, A.L.E draws on influences from avant-gard...
***** (5 stars) “Wonderful, evocative…a profound delight.”--DownBeat Magazine (Paul de Barros)
“One of the country’s foremost guitar bands, bringing their own distinctive brand of electrifying and ethereal rock‘n’roll. A spiritual musical experience unlike anything you’ve ever heard.“- The Elgin –
Alexander Dubovoy, piano and Hans Bilger, bass: Alexander Dubovoy is from the San Francisco Bay Area and first developed a love for jazz through programs like the Stanford Jazz Workshop. Hans Bilger grew up in Brooklyn playing bluegrass with his family and hearing music throughout New York. They met as undergrads at Yale University and were stunned to find that Yale does not have a jazz program. They became leaders of a student movement to start one. Both have fought tirelessly for jazz education and view improvisation as a powerful interdisciplinary concept. As a result, Dubovoy recently completed his thesis on the history of jazz in the Soviet Union, in which he analyzed the relationship between music and social change under the Bolshevik regime.
Audubon Lab Experiment (A.L.E) is about the transcending of genres and totally free improvisation. Bringing a high level of jazz musicianship to the table, A.L.E draws on influences from avant-garde free jazz, funk, R&B, Brazilian, Latin, Electro-House/EDM, and much more, to create an experience for the listener that is danceable as well as intellectually stimulating.
Combining driving beats, catchy vocals and grinding basslines to bring the raw energy of a live band to electronic music