Here are three live instrumental tracks that were extracted from a spontaneous-improv jam at a rehearsal space in Williamsburg Brooklyn, recorded with a handheld audio recorder. The style is quite different from the usual arrangement of vocal-based rock-jazz-hip-hop-funk tunes. This instrumental meditative jam combines funk with fat electronic trance. There are three parts, about five minutes each, sharing the familiar universal pattern of rise up, peak on, wind down.
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8/28/2012 02:41:12 am
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2/15/2013 02:14:06 pm
The Improvised Funktronic Jam sounds awesome to me. You guys have done a lot of hard work and all you deserve now is success.
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