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Street Art

by Murphy's Law

This Australian jazz project is inspired by electronic music and performed with live strings and featuring ‘Jumps’ from The Cat Empire on turntables
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Street Art Part 1
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2. Street Art Part 2
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3. Street Art Part 3
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4. Embrace
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5. Tumbarumba
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6. Oceania
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Album Notes
‘Street Art’
The New Project from \'Murphy\'s Law\' w/ String Quartet and Turntables

Julien Wilson – saxophone
Shannon Barnett – trombone
Nashua Lee – guitar
Tamara Murphy – double bass
Joe Talia – drums
Jamshid ‘Jumps’ Khadiwala - turntables
Attila Kuti – violin
Erkki Veltheim – violin
Cerid Davies – viola
Naomi Wileman – ‘cello

‘Street Art’ is inspired by electronica, performed by Murphy’s Law with live strings and turntables. Electronic music effects, such as delay, sampling and looping, are recreated live with this awesome line-up, featuring some of Australia’s best jazz and classical musicians. Tiny beats, fat grooves and ambient effects brought from the electronic world of computers are re-created live in an analog state.
Featuring ‘Jumps’ Khadiwala on turntables (from The Cat Empire), ‘Street Art’
Is a unique project worth checking out.

Murphy’s Law has been together since 2001, producing a dynamic sound unique to the Melbourne live music scene. “Street Art” from Murphy’s Law is a long overdue project, following the success of their debut CD “Telling Tales”.
“There’s been no shortage of strong CD releases by local bands this year, but the one I’ve been most excited by is the debut album from Murphy’s Law”
- Adrian Jackson - Rhythms Magazine



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