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About Ponga

An energetic and frantic mixture of live and electronic instruments, slipping somewhere between Avant Jazz/Fusion and atmospheric Electronica. Free-sounding saxophone squeals and squeaks above fast, funky breakbeat drumming that bubbles through vintage and modern synthesizer madness. Veteran New Yorkers Wayne Horvitz and Bobby Previte have worked with John Zorn among others, while David Palmer and Skerik bring experience from other experimental New York bands. Collaborations and remixes with artists like Fila Brazillia, Amon Tobin and Capsule 150 take their music into extreme realms of tension and excitement.

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Listen toPongaon Rhapsody

An energetic and frantic mixture of live and electronic instruments, slipping somewhere between Avant Jazz/Fusion and atmospheric Electronica. Free-sounding saxophone squeals and squeaks above fast, funky breakbeat drumming that bubbles through vintage and modern synthesizer madness. Veteran New Yorkers Wayne Horvitz and Bobby Previte have worked with John Zorn among others, while David Palmer and Skerik bring experience from other experimental New York bands. Collaborations and remixes with artists like Fila Brazillia, Amon Tobin and Capsule 150 take their music into extreme realms of tension and excitement.

About Ponga

An energetic and frantic mixture of live and electronic instruments, slipping somewhere between Avant Jazz/Fusion and atmospheric Electronica. Free-sounding saxophone squeals and squeaks above fast, funky breakbeat drumming that bubbles through vintage and modern synthesizer madness. Veteran New Yorkers Wayne Horvitz and Bobby Previte have worked with John Zorn among others, while David Palmer and Skerik bring experience from other experimental New York bands. Collaborations and remixes with artists like Fila Brazillia, Amon Tobin and Capsule 150 take their music into extreme realms of tension and excitement.

About Ponga

An energetic and frantic mixture of live and electronic instruments, slipping somewhere between Avant Jazz/Fusion and atmospheric Electronica. Free-sounding saxophone squeals and squeaks above fast, funky breakbeat drumming that bubbles through vintage and modern synthesizer madness. Veteran New Yorkers Wayne Horvitz and Bobby Previte have worked with John Zorn among others, while David Palmer and Skerik bring experience from other experimental New York bands. Collaborations and remixes with artists like Fila Brazillia, Amon Tobin and Capsule 150 take their music into extreme realms of tension and excitement.