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    I might have missed it, but I didn't see Helmet of Gnats listed

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    You might also look into Whoopgnash - Full Scrape or Lack of Education
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    Just about anything from John Zorn, especially his 'Moonchild Trio' discs. Of these I suggest "Astronome", "Six Litanies For Heliogabalus", and "The Crucible". Italian band Area also fits the bill, especially "Caution: Radiation Area", "Crac!" and "Maledetti".

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    Thanks for all these recommendations. Lots to explore.

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    Some suggestions:

    Hamster Theatre



    DFA ( Duty Free Area )



    Mahogany Frog


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_SCELL7MDo

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    Excellent Thread!.

    Quazi /The Cookies of Discontent ****: a really good recommendation from Mr. Golden´s Laser Egde!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R_burke View Post
    I might have missed it, but I didn't see Helmet of Gnats listed
    Shame on me for not mentioning them, I love both discs I have.

    In terms of symphonic fusion, I'd add Italy's DFA.
    EDIT - Just now I see the video posted shortly before mine of DFA.

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    Have Ligro from Indonesia been mentioned yet?

    Check out their drummer Gusti Hendy as he engages in a bit of Bruford-ish stunt drumming.



    And here's one off their last album:

    I'm holding out for the Wilson-mixed 5.1 super-duper walletbuster special anniversary extra adjectives edition.

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    Good ol' Nori Bucci and Gamalon.



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    Did anyone mention It's The End?:

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    Screaming Headless Torsos:

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    This was Thursday's jazz/fusion setlist:

    Jerry’s Jam Session #23

    Kennemer
    Fire in the wire

    Joao Luzio
    Moods & colors

    Akin eldes
    Turlu

    Dave Odegaard
    Second attention

    Jean Paul Danel
    Rock guitar legends

    Darik Peet
    Tripped up by a pipe

    Fabrizio Leo
    Mr Malusardi

    Chris Beckers
    Seven frames of mind

    Plug-In
    #0.9

    Guillermo Gerrero
    What I left behind

    Guthrie Govan
    Erotic cakes

    Mario Iacobini
    The sky there’ll always be

    Vinnie Moore
    To the core








    Mr Fastfinger
    In motion

    Ohm

    Pat Travers
    Can do

    Plug-In
    Hijack

    Guthrie Govan
    Erotic

    Steve Stevens
    Memory crash

    Toshimi Project
    SO

    Turner Project

    Seth Chapla
    Ascent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Here is the setlist from the last two weeks of the local jazz/fusion show, which happens to be airing now from 6-8 eastern time. When he emails me tonights list I will post it and that should give you some edgy stuff to check out. He only likes to play stuff from 2000 and newer, with a few rare exceptions that I send him.


    Byron Fry
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    Just discovered this veteran through his latest album from 2013, Explosive. A well chosen title. Great stuff. Fry's not only a wonderful guitar-player, his drum-programming is in the same class as Lyle Workman.
    http://byronfry.com/

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    Has anyone heard of Bushman's Revenge? I think they are from Norway and someone recommended them to me a couple of months ago that i'm just remembering now.
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    I learned about Snarky Puppy on this site. Unless I missed it I will mention them. Snarky Puppy!!!

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    I would go for this one


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    Quote Originally Posted by Balrog666 View Post
    I learned about Snarky Puppy on this site. Unless I missed it I will mention them. Snarky Puppy!!!
    Same here! I just can't get enough of their music. We Like It Here would be a good starting point for anyone interested.

    Currently enjoying Swift, the latest solo album from SP's pianist, Bill Laurance. I wouldn't consider it fusion, or at least not edgy and aggressive. Just some beautiful, well constructed music that hovers somewhere between jazz, pop, classical, and funk.

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    How are you guys able to find these ancient threads ? I didn't initially check the date, so it was a bit spooky to read posts 31 and 57.........

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    This one always hits the spot!


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    which brings to mind Hiromi's Sonicbloom (with David Fiuczynski). I have 2 smoking discs Time Control and Beyond Standard.

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    ... anybody mention Vertu yet? Stanley Clarke, Lenny White, Rachel Z, Karen Briggs and a burning Richie Kotzen....

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    Quote Originally Posted by arabicadabra View Post
    ... anybody mention Vertu yet? Stanley Clarke, Lenny White, Rachel Z, Karen Briggs and a burning Richie Kotzen....
    that is a darn fine album right there!
    Why is it whenever someone mentions an artist that was clearly progressive (yet not the Symph weenie definition of Prog) do certain people feel compelled to snort "thats not Prog" like a whiny 5th grader?

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