has been called upon by the likes of Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter and Steven Wilson to enhance their musical visions and serve as a creative sounding board. He channels those experiences into diverse solo output that ranges from burning jazz-rock, to piano improvs to electronic music.
reimagines Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon on his latest recording. The French-Vietnamese guitarist takes the album’s themes of materialism and alienation, and unites them with jazz, funk, and Vietnamese influences to engaging effect.
has no interest in the jazz status quo. For its sophomore album Feckel for Lovers, the acclaimed Swiss quartet has chosen to emphasize the rock element of its jazz-rock leanings, amping up the energy and crunch by several factors.