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Wayne Krantz: Good Piranha/Bad Piranha

Wayne Krantz: Good Piranha/Bad Piranha

Known globally for his uncompromising musical vision, staggering virtuosity and deep reserves of soul, Wayne Krantz is one of very few modern guitarists to venture beyond the instrument’s limitations and create an identifiably original style and sound. Good Piranha/Bad Piranha is his full-throttle double-take on four contemporary pop and hip-hop songs, from which he plunders the textural, rhythmic... »

Oz Noy - Schizophrenic

Oz Noy – Schizophrenic

Oz Noy is at the cutting-edge of modern jazz-funk guitar. An in-demand session player, Noy can often be found plying his wares in clubs such as New York’s 55 Bar, or The Bitter End. His unique compositions and playing style make him one of the most easily recognizable players on the scene today, and his solo recordings have all been virtual clinics on jazz and funk guitar playing. On his fou... »

Keith Carlock

Keith Carlock paints the Big Picture

In Modern Drummer’s cover story on Keith (pictured right), Ken Micallef writes, Since his arrival in New York City from Clinton via North Texas State University, Keith Carlock has scurried up the drumming food chain with an inventive style that is equal parts Zigaboo Modeliste fire, Jon Christensen finesse, and Bernard Purdie funk…. Keith Carlock’s achievements prove that talent,... »

Wayne Krantz - Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Wayne Krantz – Guitar, Vocals Keith Carlock – Drums Tim Lefebvre – Bass I don’t know JACK about Wayne Krantz. I mean, I know that he plays guitar and has some rep among some guitar players. But that’s about it. I couldn’t tell you anything about him, how long he’s been playing, who he’s played with, how many recordings he has out – zip, nada, nuthin’. Now while this admission may... »

Wayne Krantz - Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Wayne Krantz – Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Guitarist Wayne Krantz’s latest release Krantz Carlock Lefebvre (Abstract Logix) is more than just a great album, it’s an exciting event – both for Krantz’s career, and for the guitar community at large. This predominantly instrumental disc is Krantz’s first studio album to include his long-time trio mates Keith Carlock (Drums), and Tim Lefebvre (Bass). While it’... »

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