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Mark Guiliana

Mark is also drummer, trombonist, electronicist, and co-founder of Heernt, an experimental, genre-busting trio that had their debut recording Locked In A Basement” released on Cohen's Razdaz Recordz on May 23, 2006. Mark has traveled around the world, with performances at Carnegie Hall‚ the JVC Jazz Festival in Paris‚ Istanbul Jazz Festival‚ Ronnie Scott's in London and others. He has recorded and performed with Bobby McFerrin‚ the Jazz Mandolin Project‚ James Williams‚ Jason Lindner‚ and more.
”Phew! The future of music is safe after all. This is the most exuberant, dramatic, beautiful, sassy, genre-busting little outing that I've heard since I don't know when. This is the record I wish I'd made, but I don't have the energy, talent, stamina and sheer guts that these young ankle-biters do. Quite the most brilliant record you're going to hear for the foreseeable future, so I recommend immediate purchase. For drummers, its simply compulsory.” —Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, Earthworks)

“As a showcase of boundless, new creativity, this baby is hard to beat.” —MIDWEST RECORD RECAP

“What happens when you add hard bop drum masters Elvin Jones and Art Blakey to a 1980s Roland 808 drum machine, divide the result by J Dilla and then multiply to the power of Squarepusher? Answer: Mark Guiliana.” —Time Out London

“A drummer around whom a cult of admiration has formed...” —The New York Times

“Beatmakers will be sampling this guy..

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