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Mark Guiliana

An adventurous jazz drummer, Mark Guiliana is known both for his work as a sideman and a bandleader. He garnered early 21st century notice in the bands of bassist Avishai Cohen, saxophonist Donny McCaslin, and guitarist Brad Shepik. He has since gained acclaim for a variety of other boundary-pushing projects. Guiliana made electronic music as early as Beat Music in 2012, and 2014's The Los Angeles Improvisations. He and pianist Brad Mehldau released 2014's electronic jazz work Mehliana: Taming the Dragon. In 2016, Guiliana played on Blackstar, David Bowie's final album. The drummer signed to Motema Music and released the quartet date Jersey in 2017, followed by the electronic, through-composed solo outing Beat Music! Beat Music! Beat Music! a year later. After working with Baku-born keyboardist Isfar for 2022's The Sound of Listening, Guiliana released Mischief, a solo album for drums and electronics, in 2023. Born in Florham Park, New Jersey in 1980, Guiliana became interested in music as a child, but he didn't actually begin formal drum studies until the age of 15 with 4Front drummer Joe Bergamini. While in high school he played in various ensembles, from big band and rock to prog rock and funk. He attended William Patterson University in his home state, where he majored in jazz studies under John Riley and Kevin Norton. After graduating in 2003, Guiliana joined Avishai Cohen's studio and touring groups. He appeared on six albums with the band. As an outlet for his other musical interests, he co-founded the "experimental-garage-jazz" trio HEERNT. The group released the full-length Locked in a Basement in 2006. In addition to his work with Cohen and in HEERNT, Guiliana played in session and live capacities with a diverse range of artists including Me'Shell NDegéocello, oudist Dhafer Youssef, Matisyahu, Gretchen Parlato, Brad Shepik, and Bobby McFerrin. Guiliana issued a self-titled EP in 2010. In 2012 he put together the ensemble Beat Music!, which issued its debut EP later that year. He released the digital album A Form of Truth in 2013. Co-produced by Ndegéocello, the set melded jazz, dub, funk, glitch, hip-hop, rock, and more with a variety of session players including guitarist Nir Felder, saxophonist David Binney, and four different bassists, including his co-producer. Later in the year, Guiliana and Brad Mehldau formed the adventurous, genre-blurring duo Mehliana. Their debut offering, Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, appeared on Nonesuch in February of 2014. He played on projects with trumpeter Dave Douglas and saxophonist McCaslin before issuing his own Family First in 2015. He then re-joined McCaslin on what would be David Bowie's last album, 2016's Blackstar. A year later he contributed to Brooklyn producer and drummer Shigeto's album The New Monday. Also in 2017, he released his own quartet session, Jersey. The electronic-influenced Beat Music! Beat Music! Beat Music! arrived in 2019 and picked up a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. Following the pandemic, Guiliana recorded 2021's Planet with Azerbaijani pianist and composer Isfar Sarabski. and joined vocalist Gretchen Parlato for a few cuts on her acclaimed studio album Flor. The following year, Guiliana re-assembled his jazz quartet and released The Sound of Listening in August, drawing an abundance of laudatory reviews. He also joined Avishai Cohen with assistance from Sweden's Gothenburg Symphony on Two Roses. In April 2023, Guiliana offered fans Mischief, a roiling solo effort played on many drums and banks of electronics.
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