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Free jazz improvisations and funky electronica by Zoom Quartet

Artist, illustrator and musician Andrew Spackman builds miniature guitars and turntables and then uses them to make free jazz improvisations and funk infused electronica. He is currently exhibiting the instruments at the Ethnographic Museum in Krakow, but here we see him perform a track called Poland, in this bizarrely phallic You Tube video. Working under the name of the Zoom Quartet, he recently had a track played on Tom Robinsons Introducing Mix Tape as well as previously remixing the likes of the Portico Quartet, Emika and the High Llamas. The Zoom Quartet have also released an album on iTunes called OH NO.

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