Thursday, April 3, 2008

Your Daily Lick: D.E. Chung

Clifton at Desmond (Chungo Boogie Music)

By Nate Seltenrich
Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 2:07 PM

What to call D.E. Chung's music — a percussion-heavy hybrid of island rhythms, smooth jazz, and new age — is anyone's guess. His brisk drumming and basic keyboard parts underlie saxophone leads throughout a baker's dozen of overlong songs that flirt with tedium en route to passive satisfaction.

What to call D.E. Chung's music - a percussion-heavy hybrid of island rhythms, smooth jazz, and new age - is anyone's guess. His brisk drumming and basic keyboard parts underlie saxophone leads throughout a baker's dozen of overlong songs that flirt with tedium en route to passive satisfaction.

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