Tuesday, May 15, 2012

MyMyndMocean: Free Concert!

MyMyndMocean will be performing a free concert for the Tour De Montclair (Bike/Walk) this Sunday, May 20th at 11:30 am in Brookdale Park, Montclair, NJ.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

New Gig! Album Release Party

We are proud to announce a Musso Music event at The Studio at Webster Hall on June 12th starting at 8 pm. This is a new record release party for the new Axiomatic CD.

First up will be Robert Musso's Axiomatic with Dave Driewitz  and Claude Coleman from Ween. 8 PM

Next will be Radio Silent with Mark Daterman. 9 PM

Up third will be The Purplehearts. 10 PM

Advanced tickets are available at http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=4516645&pl=webstudio for $10

Robert Musso Mentioned in a Book

We are pleased to announce that Robert Musso has been mentioned twice in "The Dawn of the Indian Music in the West" book by Peter Lavezzoli.

ISBN: 978-0-8264-2819-6
The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.

New Album Release

We are pleased to announce the release of our new album Robert Musso's "Axiomatic" with Bill Laswell. It is available on iTunes, Emusic, and Rhapsody, as well as other digital download sites around the world.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

First Album Review for Robert Musso's "Axiomatic"


Axiomatic (MuWorks 75; USA) "Featuring Robert Musso on guitars & production, Dave Dreiwitz on electric bass, Claude Coleman on drums and special guest Bill Laswell on treated bass (one track).

I have always been a sucker for those great power trios of yesteryear like Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience or even AUM (great unknowns from Bay Area circa 1969). Ace guitarist Bob Musso used to lead the amazing Machine Gun which he fronted with Thomas Chapin. Electric bass wiz Dave Dreiwitz has played with Tiny Lights, Ween and Lunar Bear, three amazing bands from the Garden State area. I always dig whatever Musso does in the studio and/or live, but wasn't prepared for this one. 

Wow! Musso's trio starts off with solid marching beat while he plays some strong Frippish sustained guitar backed by synth or similar sounding guitar effects. "For the Sky to Clear" features
Bill Laswell on treated bass and his bass sounds warm, wide and hypnotic while Musso plays some swell, mesmerizing sustained guitar way above the waves below. 

What should come as no surprise to us DMG hipsters is the playing of under-rated bassist Dave Dreiwitz who also has a dense, powerful sound and is a perfect match for Musso's dynamic guitar and Coleman's masterful drums. Mr. Musso is in especially fine form here playing some blistering leads and solos both heavy in tone and story-like in form, occasionally showing off some selective whammy-bar action. 

For those of us can still appreciate the great guitar work of Hendrix, Clapton, Jeff Beck, and even Robert Fripp (sustain-tone-wise), this is a must-have!" - Bruce

Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery

Thursday, November 3, 2011


Please let us know which image do you like for an album cover.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Robert Musso Performing with John Richey's Lunar Ensemble

Robert Musso is performing with John Richey's Lunar Ensemble this Monday evening (with other special guests), at 8:15pm at The Saint in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

The Saint
601 Main Street
Asbury Park, NJ 07712