Jazz Videos

music video premieres


If you’re looking to get more gigs and more attention for your project, having a great music video is crucial! This page premieres jazz videos from some of the musicians connected to Jazzfuel.


Ochepovsky Project – Fast 

Ochepovsky Project (“The greatest discovery of latest years”) are launching their new EP Take Care of Me.
The original 8-piece band consisting of talented international artists (RU/CZ/SK) is gently floating between several genres, such as jazz / neo-soul / classical and groove, combining them into a never-heard-before listening experience.
Founder of the project, Igor Ochepovsky, is a composer, music producer and guitarist hailing from Russia. He’s been based in Prague already for several years now where he gathers young rising star musicians around himself to fight prejudice against jazz music and to prove jazz is not a swear-word.
The merge of different musical approach and cultural influences along with the eclectic attitude to the creative process after all results in an original genre that does not easily fit any other kind.

Animal Society – RISE

Pericopes + 1: Live in Budapest

Pericopes + 1: Live in Budapest

James Fernando, Where the Grass is Greener (new single)

Billy Pod, Drums to heal society

ViO Music, Dharmakaya (360° video technology)

Chris Gall, solo piano, It Never Entered My Mind (from the album “Room of Silence”)

Point of Few – A Radio Medoly

Bahla – Still (Live at Fairlight Studios)

Binker Golding and Elliot Galvin: Adaequatio Intellectus Et Rei

Mathias Heise Quadrillion, Electroshock (from the album ‘Decadence’)

Lawful Citizen, Shatter (Evan Shay)

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