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John Frusciante: Maya | Review – Pitchfork

The longtime Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist swaps the acid-house influences of his Trickfinger project for a loving tribute to ’90s jungle and drill’n’bass.

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On paper, the on-again, off-again, on-again guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers writing a tribute to the UKs mid-90s hardcore rave and jungle scenes might seem like an odd proposition, but John Frusciante has plenty of experience in this domain. Along with more than a dozen strummed-and-sung albums under his own name, hes released electronic music with his Trickfinger alias at a steady clip since debuting the acid-house-inspired project in 2015. In fact, this isnt even the first electronic album…

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