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Naruyoshi Kikuchi Dub Sextet


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Naruyoshi Kikuchi, the trendsetting Japanese saxophonist behind groups as diverse as electro act Spank Happy, R&B artist UA’s hit standards album “Cool Jazz,” and free-form unit Data Course Pentagon Royal Garden returns with the debut release from his new group the Naruyoshi Kikuchi Dub Sextet.

Based off of the live-only ensemble the Naruyoshi Kikuchi Dub Quintet, the sextet sees the addition of trumpet player Shinhei Ruike to push the band that extra mile—or should we say Miles. Naruyoshi Kikuchi Dub Sextet’s debut album “The revolution will not be computerized” features a healthy dose of neo-bebop, including a full-on trumpet assault that you will swear is Miles Davis in his prime. Hey, even the album cover is a take on Ornette Coleman’s “This Is Our Music” album. But don’t be fooled, while the music is significantly stylistically influenced, the new album “The revolution will not be computerized” contains only new compositions. Furthermore, beneath the slick bebop sound lies a uniquely contemporary flare combining electronics, instrument effects, and the creative composition tricks thanks to Pro Tools.

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