Albums

MathGames! – We R From the Future




Flat Earth Ensemble – Flat Planet



Garaj Mahal – Blueberry Cave




Garaj Mahal – Mondo Garaj



Garaj Mahal Vol. 3




About this Album

“These days, when it comes to bands that groove – real deal, rich texture, bass heavy, beat driven, ass shaking groove – there are pretenders and there are contenders, and Garaj Mahal has earned the heavyweight belt.” – Glide Magazine

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“Like most jam bands, Garaj Mahal’s compositions incorporate extended improvisations and globe-spanning eclecticism. But unlike many, their execution is accomplished with virtuosity and authenticity.” – Bass Player Magazine

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“Even an average Garaj Mahal show is better than most bands best show.” – Jambase.com

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“Consisting almost entirely of fusion-instrumental jams, these ‘Live’ recordings will appeal to fans of Brand X and Return to Forever, too.” – AllAboutJazz.com

Garaj Mahal Vol. 2




About this Album

“These days, when it comes to bands that groove – real deal, rich texture, bass heavy, beat driven, ass shaking groove – there are pretenders and there are contenders, and Garaj Mahal has earned the heavyweight belt.” – Glide Magazine

—————–

“Like most jam bands, Garaj Mahal’s compositions incorporate extended improvisations and globe-spanning eclecticism. But unlike many, their execution is accomplished with virtuosity and authenticity.” – Bass Player Magazine

—————

“Even an average Garaj Mahal show is better than most bands best show.” – Jambase.com

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“Consisting almost entirely of fusion-instrumental jams, these ‘Live’ recordings will appeal to fans of Brand X and Return to Forever, too.” – AllAboutJazz.com

Garaj Mahal Vol. 1




About this Album

“These days, when it comes to bands that groove – real deal, rich texture, bass heavy, beat driven, ass shaking groove – there are pretenders and there are contenders, and Garaj Mahal has earned the heavyweight belt.” – Glide Magazine

—————–

“Like most jam bands, Garaj Mahal’s compositions incorporate extended improvisations and globe-spanning eclecticism. But unlike many, their execution is accomplished with virtuosity and authenticity.” – Bass Player Magazine

—————

“Even an average Garaj Mahal show is better than most bands best show.” – Jambase.com

—————

“Consisting almost entirely of fusion-instrumental jams, these ‘Live’ recordings will appeal to fans of Brand X and Return to Forever, too.” – AllAboutJazz.com