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Hear a track from Szabolcs Bognar’s new project: Àbáse

It’s seldom that we get to hear instrumentals from Hungary. It’s far more rare to hear soothing Hip-Hop fused Jazz records by a world-class musician.

 

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It’s seldom that we get to hear instrumentals from Hungary. It’s far more rare to hear soothing Hip-Hop fused Jazz records by a world-class musician. Aside from the Reggae music he used to play, my dad liked to listen to Smooth Jazz. Have at the jazzy instrumental below by the Budapest-born producer and keyboardist Szabolcs Bognar.


Àbáse will tour Europe with an Australian act called 30/70 in June.


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