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Lawrence Guest I was really impressed with this release. High quality playing and good recording overall.
Patrick Graham
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Patrick Graham A real beauty this piece of Art, 4 truly great musicians, really looking forward the next opus! Favorite track: Rold Gold.
Kai Haynes
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Kai Haynes A truly amazing take on modern jazz. Beautifully composed songs with an adventurous style that still stays tight and cohesive. Love the texture of sounds and I have a slight crush on the drummer. Thanks for the great album. Favorite track: That's Not How You Play Bubba.
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Jazz Robots is a progressive jazz group from Chicago, IL.

Caleb Allan — Bass
Scott Daniel — Violin
Jonah Lazarus — Drums
Max Lazarus — Saxophone

Recorded and Mixed by Drew Fredrickson


About Jazz Robots:
Few emerging instrumental groups blend musical genres with as much inventiveness, spirit, and precision as Jazz Robots. Initially formed by drummer Jonah Lazarus and violinist Scott Daniel and rounded out by saxophonist Max Lazarus and bassist Caleb Allan, this Chicago progressive-jazz quartet offers a tight, funky sound built on substantial technical virtuosity and characterized by exciting new takes on rhythm, counterpoint, and musical collaboration. Their exciting live shows are marked by a wild, infectious energy that manifests itself in intense jazz-like jams, driving progressive-metal-inspired writing, and danceable grooves. With a growing catalog of innovative compositions and a close-knit, constantly developing improvisational language, Jazz Robots join other genre-busting young instrumental bands like BADBADNOTGOOD and Moon Hooch in finding new ways to blur boundaries at every turn.

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released August 14, 2016

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