Japanese Music magazine name of jazz Japan wrote about my interview and album article! You can read about my music career and history! Please check it out! jazzjapan.co.jp/vol116.html
Debut Album “Multiverse” Press release on February 12th! The recording member is guitarist from “Snarky Puppy” and top musicians from New York! Grammy winners and Famous magazines described about “the sound as creative and cosmic improvisation”. We are accepting reservations at all CD shops and online shops. Please click here for reservation ↓ Amazon https://www.amazon.co.jp/s?k=BSKA-2001&encoding-string-jp=日本語&linkCode=qs&tag=cdjournalcom-22 … Continue reading Debut Album “Multiverse” Release& Reservation for press CD!!
UK Famous Jazz Magazine “Jazz Journal” wrote an article about Ken Aihara’s debut album “Multiverse”. KEN AIHARA : keeping fusion aflame “High-quality, uncompromised jazz fusion is something of an endangered species among American and European musicians these days but the Japanese, Boston and New York-based keyboard player Ken Aihara proves it’s still a vibrant and … Continue reading KEN AIHARA : keeping fusion aflame(Article byJazz Journal)
Vicfirth posted Marko Djordjevic drum video of my song’s Theia Impact!!!! Marko playing incredible and amazing drum! please check it out!
“The Progressive Aspect” wrote about Great Article in my Album! KEN AIHARA – MULTIVERSE (2019) “Tonight we explore the Multiverse with keyboardist Ken Aihara. Ken Aihara’s latest contribution to the always welcome genre of jazz-fusion is titled Multiverse and it’s right up there with all the ensembles that have furrowed this muso path.” Review by Andrew Halley. (Excerpt … Continue reading Album Review for “The Progressive Aspect”
Jazz Trail wrote of great my Album review ! KEN AIHARA – MULTIVERSE (Self-produced, 2019) – Album Review “Multiverse provides an exciting experience as it illustrates complex parallel realities through imaginative sonic scenarios.” (Excerpt from Jazz Trail) Full Review↓ https://jazztrail.net/blog/ken-aihara-multiverse-album-review