Java Jazz Festival 2010: Chlorophyl, Oele Pattiselano, Breakestra


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The Indonesian guitar legend, Oele Pattiselano, whose works are well known among the jazzlovers, now comes with a special tribute to the fabulous Stevie Wonder. With Jeffrey Tahalele at the bass, the all-rounder diva, Dira J. Sugandi at the vocals, and some surprising young talented musicians as the rest, one of the opening show of the third day succesfully drew the crowds filled the Semeru hall at the 6th floor to the max.

Oele Pattiselano (7)

As one of the festivals exploration of jazz comes Breakestra. They can mixed funk with loop DJ music. Miles Tackett the motor of Breakestra gueranteed to bring us entering one of the most modern subject of jazz. If you like the sound turntables, if you love the broken beat then you will love Breakestra!

Breakestra (2)

We haven’t heard Chlorophyl for quite sometimes, now we are happy to have them back. Chlorophyl is breathing healthily again with the launched of their repackaged album. And now with their come back apperance at the Java Jazz Festival.

Chlorophyl (4)

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Reporter: Riandy Kurniawan, Ata Michaella, Daniel Irawan

Photographer: Praditya Nova

Editor: Ardhi Saputro


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