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Loop Doctors | White Orange Black (feat. Roland Szentpali)

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White Orange Black (feat. Roland Szentpali)

by Loop Doctors

Jazz - drum'n'bass - jungle - electronica by the Loop Doctors from Budapest, featuring classical tuba virtuoso Roland Szentpali. Aron Romhanyi (keys, rap), Peter Szendofi (drums).
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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3. Scientific Reconnaissance
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Loop Doctors

Founding Loop Doctors

The basic idea for Loop Doctors came in 2005, when the two founding members of the band, Aron Romhanyi (keyboards) and Peter Szendofi (drums) where talking with Gary Willis about modern musical styles, during the recording of Peter's solo album. Later the band was formed, and with special guest Gary Willis on bass, and trumpet player Kornél Fekete-Kovács, they recorded the first album "High Voltage" in 2006.

The music

The music is a medley of different styles, including jazz, drum 'n' bass, jungle, hip-hop and rap. An overall category could be nu-jazz, but Loop Doctors can also be seen in clubs, where people actually dance to the music. Loop Doctors usually performs as a duo, Peter using an 'Octa-pad', from which the grooves, bass lines and additional synths are played, and also plays acoustic drums. Aron plays keys, and also does some vocals/rap. Since 2006 they regularly do a tour every year with Gary Willis, and in 2008 the band will also do concerts with special guest Brandon Fields on sax.

The first album "High Voltage" recieved the "Fonogram - best jazz album of the year 2008" award in Hungary.

The second album, "White Orange Black" features classical tuba virtuoso Roland Szentpali, who uses his instrument not only for a bass function, but also plays themes, and effects.

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