Hear Oz Noy ‘s Interview with Slickster Magazine

Hear Oz Noy ‘s Interview with Slickster Magazine

While on tour back in September, Abstract Logix artist Oz Noy gave an interview to Slickster Magazine. He discusses influences, the genesis of his new project Ozone Squeeze, and more. Click here to check it out. »

Trading Licks: Wayne Krantz Interviews John McLaughlin

Trading Licks: Wayne Krantz Interviews John McLaughlin

Two Abstract Logix labelmates spent some time together this week when maverick guitar craftsman Wayne Krantz sat down to interview maestro John McLaughlin. They discussed influences, history, and more. WK: You’re a citizen of the world. Do you consciously identify as a Brit anymore? JM: There are certain aspects of a culture you grow up in that stay with you for life. Having spent the greater part... »

Jimmy Herring featured on ‘No Guitar is Safe’ Podcast

Jimmy Herring featured on ‘No Guitar is Safe’ Podcast

When it comes to playing music that features epic, improvised guitar solos, it’s hard to name a guitarist who has had a more fulfilling career than Jimmy Herring. From his two current bands (Widespread Panic and his solo band, Jimmy Herring and the Invisible Whip) to his past musical adventures with Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit, the Allman Brothers Band, and the Dead, Herring ha... »

Tribal Tech

Tribal Tech’s Scott Henderson sits down with Ian Patterson

No band has done more to promote the good name of fusion music these last twenty five years than Tribal Tech. Formed by guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gary Willis in 1984, Tribal Tech emerged from the slipstream of Weather Report – who would disband shortly after – and over the course of the next 16 years recorded nine albums of progressive fusion music drawing from blues, jazz,... »

Ney Mello

Ney Mello: Pioneering the Development of High Speed Pick Technique

Georgetown, Washington DC, is a one of kind place where politics abound and history fills each corner. It’s a place where the rich and powerful come to spend a Sunday afternoon and you never know who you’ll meet. On this particular blustery weekend, It was my pleasure to rub elbows, sit, and talk it up with none other than guitarist/composer Ney Mello. Like many others, I’ve been a long time fan o... »

Michael Landau

Michael Landau Organic Interview

What can you say much about the amazing Michael Landau, a guitar player that is probably one of the most recorded guys I know of. Although he has been one of the hottest session players in the musical planet, Michael is absolutely a giant as a solo artist. He has always achieved to make a very personal statement through his music, and his new album Organic Instrumentals is no different. It stands ... »

The Palestine Concert

John McLaughlin, Zakir Hussain and Shakti: The Palestine Concert

Though far removed from the occupied Palestinian territories, the Akha people of South East Asia have a saying about music that strikes a universal note; a village without music is not a village. Back in the 1930s and 1940s there was a Palestine Philharmonic but now it’s called the Israeli Symphony Orchestra, just one more example of the cultural occupation that Israel exerts on Palestinians. The ... »

Jeff Richman

Jeff Richman Interview : The Line Up

Guitarist Jeff Richman’s latest album The Line Up has him reuniting with his bandmates from Chatterbox – Richman’s 2005 project which combined elements of west coast jazz with a more jam-oriented focus. Featuring Dean Taba on bass, Joel Taylor on drums, and Mitch Forman on keyboards, the group has an obvious cohesiveness and chemistry that remains as palpable now as it did 6 years ago. In ot... »

Ranjit Barot

Ranjit Barot: From Floating Point to Meeting Point

FROM FLOATING POINT TO MEETING POINT: THE MAKING OF BADA BOOM By Rod Sibley   The phrase World Music should suggest a wide-ranging music form that encompasses the music of cultures from around the planet. But it really depends on what part of the world you’re talkin’ about. In my opinion, the phrase is really a generic term used to easily label any music made outside of the U.S.A.... »

Gergo Borlai

Gergo Borlai: The Hungarian Drum Sensation

It was almost a year ago when keyboardist Scott Kinsey informed Souvik Dutta, the founder of Abstract Logix about Hungarian Drum Sensation Gergo Borlai. Borlai was on drums when he was three years old when he heard Harvey Mason and Joe Morello playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Brubeck’s Take Five. He was accepted into a music school at the age of six performing these songs they were quit... »

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