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Doom, Jake Amy

'Doom' is an exciting new album from nu-jazz pianist Jake Amy. A by-product of Jake's travels to Europe, 'Doom' delivers a raw and energetic fusion between hip slinging syncopation and dark house colours featuring a diverse amalgamation of some of Australia's leading improvisers.

"'Doom' is such a welcomed project with sounds that highlight not only Jake's virtuosity but the talent from each individual player. The album as a whole can’t be pinpointed to one genre. There's drum and bass, jungle and personally the track 'Flick' feels like the coolest video game race scene."

- Demure Mag

Released June 1, 2023

Jake Amy - keyboards, additional percussion

Al Kennedy - drums (3, 9)

Audrey Powne - trumpet (8)

Blake Hansen AKA Bucket - drums (4, 8)

Erica Tucceri - flute (2)

Henry Hicks AKA Horatio Luna - electric bass (6)

Jordan Pereira - drums (1, 5), percussion (2)

Lucky Pereira - percussion (2, 3)

Megan Christensen AKA Kuzco - keyboards (6)

Myka Wallace - drums (6)

Noah Hutchinson - electric bass (1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9)

Patrick Danao - drums (2, 7)

Robyn Cummins AKA Poppins - percussion (1, 2, 4, 5, 8)

Selene Messinis AKA SOLUNE - keyboards (7)

Stephen Lane - electric bass (2, 5)

All tracks composed by Jake Amy, except:

- (3) 'Movement': composed by Al Kennedy, Jake Amy, Noah Hutchinson;

- (6) 'Mercury Rising (Live)': composed by Horatio Luna, Jake Amy, Kuzco, Myka Wallace;

- (7) 'Suna (Live)': composed by Jake Amy, Noah Hutchinson, Patrick Danao, SOLUNE;

- (9) 'Cascade': composed by Al Kennedy, Jake Amy, Noah Hutchinson.

All tracks recorded by Jake Amy, except:

- (4) 'The Seine': recorded by Bailey Judd and Jake Amy

- (8) 'Prague': recorded by Bailey Judd and Jake Amy

Produced by Jake Amy

Mixed by Jake Amy

Mastered by Kathy Naunton

Artwork by Jake Amy

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We acknowledge that this work was created on stolen land. We pay our respects to its Custodians, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We further acknowledge that this music stems from Black African American communities.


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