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2020.06.12 | 20:00 -
Marty Holoubek trio I Streaming at MoonRomantic Channel
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Australian-born, Tokyo based musician, DJ, actor, and the bass player on NHK's 'Musica Piccolino' (ムジカ・ピッコリーノ) announced his solo show at MoonRomantic Channel on 12th of JUNE. Holoubek enlisted the help of two of his good friends who also happen to be two of the world's most in-demand jazz musicians: pianist, composer, and beat-maker James Bowers and the prolific composer, drummer and multi-instrumentalist Shun Ishiwaka.
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Australian-born, Tokyo based musician, DJ, actor, and the bass player on NHK's 'Musica Piccolino' (ムジカ・ピッコリーノ) released his debut solo album “Trio I” on January the 24th. While this is his debut solo record, Holoubek is what you could call a young veteran. He's worked with Australian musical legends James Morrison, Paul Grabowsky, Jamie Oehlers, Scott Tinkler, David Campbell as well as international artists such as Dave Douglas, Kenny Werner, Lulo Reindhart, and Leroy Jones. In the past few years, Holoubek has become a permanent fixture on the Japanese jazz circuit. He's performed at Tokyo Jazz Festival with his band SMTK, appeared at the Iwate Jazz Festival, and featured at Kagoshima Jazz Festival with the world-renowned Taylor Eigsti.
Some of his Japanese co-conspirators also include Japanese music heroes Toku, Jim O'Rourke, and Ishibashi Eiko. Trio I is Holoubek's mission to bridge the Australian and Japanese jazz scenes he loves so much.
The record features original compositions inspired by Marty's travels between Japan and Australia over the last five years. The release is a fascinating musical exploration of two very culturally different nations and their mutual admiration for boundary-pushing jazz. To create the album, Holoubek enlisted the help of two of his good friends who also happen to be two of the world's most in-demand jazz musicians: pianist, composer, and beat-maker James Bowers and the prolific composer, drummer and multi-instrumentalist Shun Ishiwaka. Holoubek says of Trio I "I hope this album takes you on an exciting musical journey and introduces you to the world of Australian and Japanese Jazz."
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, James Bowers will not be able to make the Romantic Moon performance but thankfully feature the incredible David Bryant will be playing piano for this evening.