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Posted on Tuesday, June 05 2018 @ 11:01:13 CDT by Pete Pardo
Progressive Rock Simon Carro writes:

Jay Matharu releases video for track "Breathe In, Breathe Out" featuring an epic guest solo by Nili Brosh

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Progressive guitarist Jay Matharu launched his debut into the world of instrumental rock music with the release of his first album, These Clouds Are So Undisciplined! last October.

The album started as a self-funded project with no intention of release. Jay set himself the task of writing and recording an albums worth of music from scratch within one hundred days, he even documented the process on his YouTube channel. As the songs started to take form and with the addition of guest solos from artists such as Nili Brosh and Ponch Satrio, Jay decided it was unfair to keep the music to himself.
The music can be best described as instrumental rock with a light flavouring of jazz, pop, fusion, and soul music. These Clouds Are So Undisciplined! has something for every music lover.

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Guitar solo (05:18) - Nili Brosh

Drums - Kaffe Myers

Audio editing, Mixing & Mastering - Max Nyström

Guitar, Bass & Everything else - Jay Matharu

Directed by: Doni Irawan


Originally from London, UK and now based in Uppsala, Sweden guitarist Jay Matharu is no stranger to the world of music. Since he was a teenager he has been obsessed with playing and writing music in a wide variety of different genres.
As a band member of Mahavira, String Theory, Maleficent, Mindshift, The MTS Trio, and We the Faceless, he has wielded his axe on many a stage around Europe including The Islington Academy, The Underworld, The Clapham Grand, Barfly, Paard Van Troje and Nalen.
Some of the music that Matharu has recorded, written, co-written has even been added to playlist rotation on numerous radio stations such as Bandit Rock, BBC Asian Network and Total Rock.

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