The Invitation to MoonJune Records Vol. 01
Progressive Music Exploring Boundaries of
Rock, Jazz, Avant, Ethno & The Unknown.
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24 tunes from 23 MoonJune albums
and 1 previously unreleased tune
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MoonJune Records and its artists are brutally
and truly independent entities who are fighting in
a Don Quixotesque way against all the obstacles in
today's murky recording music business environment.
THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT!
Featuring musicians from the USA, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Israel, Uruguay, Indonesia, Switzerland, Serbia, Spain, Canada, UK.: Stick Men (Tony Levin, Markus Reuter, Pat Mastelotto), Mark Wingfield, The Wrong Object, Slivovitz, Marbin, Moraine, Doubt, Beledo, Tohpati Ethnomission, Dusan Jevtovic, Dwiki Dharmawan, Machine Mass, Vantomme, Dewa Budjana, Soft Machine Legacy, simakDialog, Mark Wingfield & Nicolas Meier, D.F.A., Xavi Reija, Vasil Hadzimanov Band, Savoldelli Casarano Bardoscia, Wingfield Reuter Sirkis, Mahogany Frog, Holdsworth Pasqua Haslip Wackerman.
Made in association with Audio Anatomy, Poland. Special thanks to Andrzej Mackiewicz.
MoonJune Records – an unorthodox out-of-box rules-breaking record label accidentally established in 2001 by the urge to help an old friend, the legendary Elton Dean (R.I.P.), and named after Soft Machine drummer Robert Wyatt’s famous 1970 epic “The Moon in June” – has already established a name for itself with “in the know” fans. Its focus is to release internationally-situated music by artists exploring the expanding boundaries of genuine, challenging, non-over-produced music that cannot be easily categorized into any specific format. MoonJune Records’ ongoing goal is to support music that transcends stylistic pigeon-holing, but operates within an evolutionary progressive musical continuum that places jazz at one end and rock at the other. The ever-expanding boundaries of these two musical categories have since come to include everything from progressive rock to ethno-jazz, from experimental avant-garde to jazz-rock, and anything in between and beyond.