The group features five musicians -- Josei on piano, Tabu Zombie on trumpet, Motoharu on sax, Akita Goldman on double bass, and Midorin on drums -- as well as Shacho , credited as "agitator and spirit," who prowls the stage as the group performs and occasionally offers gravel-voiced encouragement.
The group first came together when Tabu Zombie and Shacho began appearing at dance clubs featuring jazz nights; as DJs spun groove jazz sides, Zombie would jam along on his horn as Shacho worked the crowd, and the response was strong enough that they eventually formed the band to play full live sets without the DJs.
The band toured Europe the following year before rentering a Japanese studio and emerging with 6 for Japan's Victor in , and Brownswood in Europe in It was followed less than a year later by Magnetic Soil and just a few months into , by Circles , a live audio and video disc package that featured the band celebrating its tenth anniversary with a host of guests including Jose James , Rhymester , and Shiina Ringo.
They re-emerged on the global scene with 's Black Track. It wove punky postbop, hip-hop, neo soul, electronics and Latin rhythms in an intense yet utterly accessible manner. After The Party. Info Connections Comments Shares. Search Myspace Start typing Please try again. Photo from. You're now in slide show mode. Forgot password? Keep me signed in. Your email?
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The band has released three albums, with their first album, Just A Maestro , being released in No other release locations were confirmed by him at the time. All of the tracks aside from the occasional skit tracks are covers, arranged in various ways using their style.
From reggae to calypso to their aggressive jazz sound, you can hear tracks like "Walkie-Talkie Man," "Beat It," and "Imagine. On August 7, , they released their ninth album, Circles ,  which featured collaborations with Japanese artists from various genres, including Miyavi , Rhymester and Ringo Sheena.
At the end of , Motoharu Sax left the band and they entered a "charging phase", meaning they were on hiatus. In , the band returned without Motoharu with the release of their album "Music from and inspired by Hello Harinezumi".
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