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.

TREETOP

“A great trio with giant ability to atmosphere making. They will take you to totally other world with their compositions, melody and harmony. If you have any chance to see them live, you won’t regret!” – Kacper Herba, Piec’Art

Treetop was created two years ago, while the musicians lived, played and studied together in Brno, Czech Republic. The trio setting – accordion, trombone and double bass is the result of a unique synergy and musical and personal understanding between the three musicians, rather than the need to forcefully bring something new and original to the scene. They are inspired by each other and the cooperation between the three “leaders” is very natural and fluid. The repertoire of Treetop is diverse, reflecting many aspects of their musical journey, spanning from jazz influences or folklore inspiration to contemporary music concepts, which enables them to explore unknown potential of this unusual instrumentation.

 

The NuHussel Orchestra – Phoenix

 

VEIN feat. Norrbotten Big Band “Symphonic Bop” – Boarding The Beat

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”)

Hover Trout – Bill the Pony

Nikol Bokova – Inner Place

Ben Winkelman Trio with Obed Calvaire and Matt Penman: Bx12 Part One

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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