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Thread: Modern Fusion of the more Jazzy variety

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    Modern Fusion of the more Jazzy variety

    Of course we've got the likes of Thundercat...


    Robert Glasper Experiment


    Hiatus Kaiyote
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CybN3jCHnDk

    Mehliana


    Jason Lindner
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMhCb1rQc_4

    I don't see a lot of talk of this jazzier side of fusion much in prog circles, but I definitely feel it belongs. Any other suggestions of this kind?

    edit: okay this seems to have become a regular old fusion thread. so yeah!
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    Bosque Four Noble Truths (instrumental fusion, full-lenght, physical CD available, released December 9, 2015, Belgrade, Serbia)

    https://bosqueband.bandcamp.com/album/four-noble-truths

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    Mehliana https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnH27mxW0KM was great, thanks !

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    Thanks for introducing me to something new!

    Just listened to Mehliana's Hungry Ghost and ... wow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn6gjoMUEY4

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    Glad you're digging Mehliana. I'm watching this one, Sleeping Giant, currently and busting my sides laughing at its cheekiness, so good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mrokp2Pmapg

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    Donny McCaslin's album might be up someone's alley in this regard...

    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wideopenears View Post
    Donny McCaslin's album might be up someone's alley in this regard...

    Killer player!

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    Those Donny McCaslin tunes sounds very nice. From the moment I pressed play I knew I'd like it!

    Recently found this new group about to release their debut album: Yussef Kamaal - UK based instrumental fusion https://yussefkamaal.bandcamp.com/

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    anything like these?

    Damian Coccio - Nanny Goat Hill



    Fat Sparrow - Context



    Mike Linden - Killer Robots

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    Agh! My wishlist keeps on growing!



    But also, thanks for all the cool suggestions!

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    Someone I thought I'd add to the mix:

    https://tryezz.bandcamp.com/album/club-of-diamonds

    Kind of an electro-jazz-funk type of thing.

    On second thought, this may fall more on the funk side of things more than the OP wanted. Apologies in advance if such is the case.

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    This whole album is worth checking out!...

    [url]https://youtu.be/R2UjqT7LEb8[\url]

    ...some great live stuff too!


    ...King Llama does have a bit to contribute here as well:

    [url]https://youtu.be/zpzY7YQADTs[\url]


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    this whole album is worth checking out...

    https://youtu.be/R2UjqT7LEb8

    some great live stuff too!


    ...King Llama has a bit to contribute here as well:

    https://youtu.be/zpzY7YQADTs


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    maybe a few more

    Naked Truth - Rapid Fire (Avian Thug/2015)



    Killing Floor - Waltz for K (Ratty Jass/2003)
    Maciej Jeleniewski & Deer Project - Violet Brainwashed (Stop The Time/2013)
    WorldService Project - Fuming Duck (For King & Country/2016)
    Cave Men - 5 For Eddie (Cave Men/2003)
    Jeff Coffin Mu'tet - The Evil Boweevil (live 2010)
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    some amazing suggestions here! of what i've had a chance to listen to so far, the more modern sounding stuff like Troyka, Naked Truth, Tryezz are records I will definitely look more into i've a lot more of these suggestions to check out too... keep em coming!

    BadBadNotGood are an amazing example of modern jazz fusion influenced by hip hop.

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    just in case it goes to PM land

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    Greg Foat Group might be interesting for some:


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    your mileage will vary

    Spaltklang - Old And New (Lontano/2006) highly rec'd for avant prog/jazz fusion



    Linder Bothers - Linder Bothers (2015) preview
    Rudiger Baldauf - Fahrenheit (Own Style/2010)
    Once Trio - Once (2016) full album
    Leprechaun - Analorock (Analorock/2008)
    Juice - Save Me (Nine Nineteen/2011)
    The Headbangers - Bacchus (The Dark Side of a Love Affair/2016)

    Goro Wins - Super 8 (2012) full Album

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    just in case it goes to PM land

    Read and catch up when I got time.
    Same here, dear god another bother of great stuff I know nothing about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Same here, dear god another bother of great stuff I know nothing about.
    I'm just gettin' warmed up
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    The Disco Biscuits

    MTVLive, the former Palladia, is running 'nugs.net' series of shows - Jam Bands, and these guys were one of them

    I was enjoying the keyboard work
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    cont...again, it varies and I'll stop for now...cheers!

    Flat Earth Society - City Of Tiny Lites (Terms Of Em-barr-ass-ment/2016)



    Osaka Monaurail - The Archipelago (State Of The World/2011)
    Tadeusz Borczyk - 5/4 (No Name/2011)
    Jason Rubenstein - Laboratories in Exile (Four Named Narratives/2016)
    USONiC - Kinsey Report (Evolution/2010)
    Les Minots - Millee (Pequeños Ciclos/2012)
    Fat Time - When John Meets Allison (Fat Time/2004)
    Mitsuru Sutoh - Waking Up (Waking Up/2011)
    Tizer - Reunion (Downbeat/2012)
    Clay Foster & Carey Frank - Ratio Tensions (Bona Fide Sea Monsters/2011)
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    I just checked out this thread now. I thought the OP was looking for fusion that was more jazz than rock. Nope.

    Big fan here of Thundercat, Robert Glasper, Hiatus Kaiyote and BadBadNotGood. Unfamiliar with the rest. Totally into this kind of current fusion stuff.
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