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Guitarist, composer and band leader YUVAL RON started to play the guitar at age 11. It wasn't long before he became active as a player, songwriter, leader and sideman in local bands which played a variety of styles in Metal music and Hardcore.

After being exposed to a myriad of artists from the contemporary jazz, progressive rock and metal genres, he decided to take on the route of jazz improvisation and has since gained some unique approaches to jazz and guitar performance. Yet for most Yuval is a self-taught musician, exploring the endless boundaries of his instrument and music as a whole. Later on, he kept expressing much of his musical vision through his band YUVAL RON & RESIDENTS OF THE FUTURE, while working on other collaborations and solo projects.

YUVAL RON & RESIDENTS OF THE FUTURE perform original tunes written and arranged by guitarist and band founder Yuval RON. The music reveals influences of modern jazz icons, and a mixture of many other contemporary artists from the progressive rock, fusion and metal genres. The music places a constant emphasis on harmonic richness, rhythmical sophistication, dialogue between the players and an extensive use of synthesizers, laptops and other electronic instruments. YUVAL RON & RESIDENTS OF THE FUTURE are based in Berlin, Germany, bringing together four internationally rising talents from the next generation of electric Jazz.

The material blends fascinating compositions and spectacular solo improvisations and leads to a musically electrifying experience. The band has released two studio albums and various videos, and has performed at a variety of venues and jazz festivals worldwide - from Europe through North America to New Zealand, gaining extremely supportive feedback and recognition from audiences, the media and fellow musicians alike.

They are currently in the process of moving away from having Yuval's name at the beginning of the band name to have something that is shorter and more catchy.

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Residents Of The Future Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by kev rowland
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4 stars Although this album was originally released in 2009, it was re-mastered by Yuval in 2012 and then promoted towards the end of last year. It's quite strange in some respects as this album is now available free of charge from Yuval's website ( This is mostly an instrumental album, the music being supplied by Yuval Ron (guitar), Aviram Gottfried (keys, laptop), Yaniv Shalev (bass) and Yatziv Caspi (drums) although there are also some female vocals here and there care of Dorin Mandelbaum. They describe their music as a constant emphasis on harmonic richness, rhythmical sophistication, dialogue between the players and an extensive use of synthesizers, laptops and other electronic instruments. It is certainly a breathtaking mix of styles with fusion very much at the heart of all that they do, but while Yuval provides the main melodic lead it is obvious that the rest of the guys are all incredible musicians in their own right.

The keyboard sounds being deployed often have more in common with electronica than prog, and in many ways this feels at times as if it has been transported from the Seventies, a lost album if you will. Yuval has an incredibly fluid style and McLaughlin has obviously been a major impact on him but they are also bringing in elements that are more progressive, and even some that are metallic. The album is a combination of carefully thought out compositions with improvisations, and I just found myself listening and smiling, gently moving with the beat as I feel under its' spell. Even the drum solo didn't distract me (I normally hate studio drum solos with a passion) as it seemed to be just so in keeping with the rest of what was going on. The simple pianowork on "Watching Over Shizutani Kou Bay, Pt 1" is incredibly compelling.

So there you have it, a fusion album that originally came out a few years ago which is now being made available as a free download if you sign up to Yuval's mailing list. What have you got to lose?

Thanks to kev rowland for the artist addition.

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