From an episode of The Australian MoodPresented by Neil Rogers

Interview

The Australian Mood: J.P. Shilo Pushes The Boundaries On New Album Jubjoté

It’s fair to say J.P. Shilo is a veteran of the Melbourne music scene, a talented multi-instrumentalist whose work spans many projects including the legendary Hungry Ghosts in the late ‘90s.

He joins Neil Rogers on The Australian Mood to talk about his new album Jubjoté, a name he says roughly translates to “wake up from a dream without knowing how it ends and trying to get back to find out how it does.” Originally starting life as a commission for the Grand Organ at the Melbourne Town Hall, JP discusses how he overcame the daunting, “bamboozling” aspect of the commission to embark on unconventional overnight sessions in the Town Hall that resulted in a one-of-a-kind work.

photo credit L.J Spruyt Photography 

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