(Wednesday) 11:00 pm
The Way Station
683 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
(Sunday) 3:00 pm
Jersey Shore Festival
Jimbo's 715 Boardwalk, Seaside Heights, NY
(Saturday) 12:00 pm
Spring For Sound Music Festival
(Friday) 11:00 pm
(Friday) 4:00 pm
Opple Topple Music Festival
3650 Cold Spring Creamery Rd, Doylestown, PA
(Saturday) 7:00 pm
(Thursday) 9:30 pm
Rockwood Music Hall
196 Allen St, New York, NY 10002
ARJUN plays two sets: Saturday and Sunday.
3 (Saturday) - 4 (Sunday)
Peace of Mind Festival
Arjun-Band-ARJUN, the three-piece instrumental band from New York, has been trailblazing their own hybrid of rock and improvisational jazz since 2003. Made up of Eddie Arjun Peters (guitar), Lamar Myers (drums), and Andre Lyles (bass), ARJUN fuses the power of rock with improvisational alternative jazz, resulting in a delicate balance of intricately crafted melodies backed by powerhouse musicianship. After signing with Pheromone Records in 2006, ARJUN released their debut album PIECES, followed by 2013’s SPACE. SPACE, the critically-acclaimed first in a three-album trilogy, is a sonic dreamscape of fluid improvisations which were conceived and recorded organically. The album’s opening track, ‘Orion,’ features legendary percussionist E.J. Rodriguez (The Jazz Passengers, Sean Lennon, Medeski Martin & Wood, Marc Ribot Y Los Cubanos Postizos, D.J Logic…).
ARJUN’s most recent album CORE, second in the trilogy shot up to #4 on the Relix/Jamband radio chart. CORE is a reinvention of ARJUN’s sound and style, rooted in carefully crafted melodies which tell resonant stories without words. CORE features the talents of John Medeski (of Medeski Martin & Wood) on its title track, and was mixed by legendary producer/mixer Scotty Hard. CORE was recorded at Level 11 Studios in New York City and at a studio in Brooklyn, produced by Eddie Arjun Peters and mastered at Turtletone Mastering by Michael Fossenkemper (Medeski Martin & Wood, Soulive, Bootsy Collins…).
ARJUN’s soulful, razor-sharp inter-musician communication and chemistry translates vibrantly through their recorded works, and transfixes live audiences across the Northeast. ARJUN has garnered comparisons to artists such as Charlie Hunter, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson, Weather Report, Jeff Beck, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Gov’t Mule, Snarky Puppy, Lettuce, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.