2014 Release:  Noonan Unites Music, Storytelling, and the Visual Art of Malcolm Mooney featuring Jamaaladeen Tacuma and Aram Bajakian

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2011 Release: Live Double CD of Brewed by Noon in Trio and Various Boxing Dreams lineup Configurations!


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Bruised by Noon solo drumming vinyl album book release and live processing with Simon Kummer

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2008 Release:  Live CD and DVD from Brewed by Noon's spring 2007 tour in New York and throughout Europe. The bonus DVD features a full documentary with extra live music video footage.

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2012 Release: creative jazz/downtown chamber music that presents the composers ongoing interest in treating the string quartet as an extension of the drum set.

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2005 Release:  Combining progressive jazz (Weather Report and Miles Davis [Bitches Brew era]), West African tribal rhythms and stories (Fela Kuti and Paul Simon's Graceland) mixed with some lyrics in Wolof and attitude and you have the basis for Brewed By Noon.

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2012 DVD Release:  Psychedelic Storytelling Improvisation duets with Matthew Bourne (UK) on analog keyboards in a Live Performance at the Bridge Hotel!
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2002 Release:  "Free jazz meets death metal inside the blades of a combine harvester" THE GUARDIAN

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2008 Audiophile Release: Afro-Celtic New Jazz/Rock/World Concoction

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2003 Release:  Anything but an Eighties nostalgia act


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2011 Release:  a fermentation of high energy "Afro-Celtic" Punk Jazz that travel to and from America, Ireland, West Africa, Bavaria and beyond.

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2001 Release:  "Free jazz meets death metal inside the blades of a combine harvester" THE GUARDIAN

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2008 Release:  The creation of the true Brooklyn Lager with Bavarian guitarist Norbert Bürger

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With the spit-in-yer-face attitude of punk, and the muzo-sophistication of jazz, The Hub can make you punch the air with joy or drop your jaw with amazement in the same tune. Their cutting edge blend of styles is perfect for its time - our time! - Fred Grand, Jazz Review

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2007 Release:  “Imagine Prime Time joined by Fela Kuti and Bill Frisell, then remixed by Bill Laswell, and you’ll start to get a hint of just what an intoxicatingly soulful blast this is.” -Jazz Review

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The hungry young players in The Hub have a voracious appetite for far-flung sounds, Charles Ives, Busta Rhymes and Slayer pin them to a specific place and time: namely New York City at the dawn of the new millennium. - The Metro, UK

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