Arjun’s Instrumental Album, Core, Speaks & You Will Listen! | Jazz/Jam/Blues/Rock – New York

Posted: October 15, 2014 by Kimberly Weiss in Band Reviews/Promotions, Non-Local Bands
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CORE_frontWith the free-flowing, technical heart of jazz and jam forms and the soul and spirit of blues rock, the new instrumental album, Core, by New York band, Arjun, screams “Play me again!”  Mixed by underground hip-hop and jazz producer Scotty Hard and featuring John Medeski (Medeski Martin & Wood) on its title track, Core is distinguished by carefully crafted melodies designed to tell a story.

ARJUN_CORE_Inside_photoOn guitar, Eddie Arjun Peters is the storyteller, weaving and shredding his way through each melody with a grace that makes complexity sound easy.

Every story needs a central plot though for continuity and a plot twist to keep things interesting.  Andre Lyles does just that on bass, providing a steady, funky, low-end that ensures flow while spicing things up with his mad skills on “Lavalust”, just when you thought you knew what to expect.

Throughout every track, you can hear Lamar Myers skill for providing the complex ebb and flow of rhythms necessary to draw the listener into the music. Myers is the intricate detail that makes the story supremely interesting and real.

ARJUN_in_the_fieldWhether you’re looking to expand your musical horizons or you enjoy a fantastic jam, this album will resonate in and soothe the soul.

Get a FREE download of their single “Crystalline” HERE!

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