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Now vs. Now: (L-R) Jason Lindner, Panagiotis Andreou, Mark Guiliana.
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April 26, 2012 Jason Lindner refracts the sounds of New York City, from bebop to way beyond. His electro-groove trio, heavy on synths, bent bass notes and backbeats, slings a cosmopolitan take on the jam session.
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January 1, 2010 In 1996, the multi-instrumentalist left Israel to study at the Berklee College of Music. Since then, she picked up the clarinet, moved to New York, got hooked on Brazilian music and eventually released four acclaimed albums. She returned to her alma mater to kick off Toast Of The Nation 2009.
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