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1 London based World Fusion quintet
2 Argentinian-Japanese guitar trio
Both bands mention ‘Piazzola’ and ‘world music’ on their web pages.
1 ZUM a world fusion quintet
Adam Summerhayes -fiddle
Dave Gordon -piano
Richard Pryce -bass
Eddie Hession -accordion
Chris Grist -cello

From the diasporan melting pot of cosmopolitan London, ZUM’s ground-breaking world fusion weaves melodies from around the globe into an exhilarating musical journey. The band takes you from heart-stopping beauty to unbuttoned passion and explosive rhythmic power - sophisticated jazz magically glides in to wild gypsy fiddling; Celtic lament to hot-blooded Arabic melody.

2 Argentinian-Japanese guitar trio
Shinkuro MATSUURA (Japan)
Luciano Pietrafesa (Argentina)
Fumihito Hatano (Japan)
ZUM is an Argentinian-Japanese guitar trio, specialized in the use of steel String acoustic guitars tuned to the so-called New Standard Tuning, which gives their characteristic sound a much wider sonic range.

ZUM’s main driving force may very well be rooted in the Argentinian tradition of the Tango, however, their diverse musical escapades serve as examples of their versatility and virtuosity. Typically, one may hear Piazzola side by side with Bartók, The Beatles or Stevie Wonder, this without losing the inner coherence and distinct identity of the group.

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