Guillermo E. Brown

Fresh from his work with Matthew Shipp for the landmark release "Nu Bop", tenor sax giant David S. Ware, and electronica super- group Spring Heel Jack, multi- instrumentalist/percussionist Brown now steps out on his own.
Brown's "Soul at the Hands of the Machine" creates a signature sound through the landscape of groove based electro-jazz mixing elements of avant-jazz, hip hop and Afro-Cuban elements.

Hailed by The New York Times, Village Voice, JazzTimes and The Washington City Paper as "aggressive," having a "smart sense of pyrotech- nics," and "briskly explo- sive," Brown is poised to make mind-blowing sound waves in 2002.