Ken Moshesh’s rhythmatrix blends

I feel extremely blessed to have a played a part in Ken Moshesh’s latest album, rhythmatrix blends. Ken is an alumnus of the Sun Ra Arkestra circa “Space Is The Place” and the originator of the Ameri-Cosmic drumming system. His concepts and influences run wide and deep. He is also one of the most generous and genuine people I know! Infinite thanks to my wife, Nadeen, for introducing me to him and to Ken’s son for sharing an article about his dad. The album can be purchased at


Concrete Timbre to Play “Wein a USA”

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Josh recently submitted a “melody collage” to Concrete Timbre, a composer and artist collective based in Brooklyn, New York. The collage is made up of the Palestinian folk song Wein a Ramallah and the American rock song Born in the USA. The piece will be performed by jazz ensemble at the Drawing Room at 56 Willoughby St. #3, Brooklyn on May 21. Tickets may be purchased at


Lucky to be finding some inspiration in the Big Apple today!

“Somewhere” In the Making


My latest solo effort continues to form in it’s own diary-like way. So far, I have tracks either written or inspired by David Friesen, classical music, Elvin Jones, and Herbie Hancock. Check out my “turntablism” on “Rockit” and the bass pedaling on “DF!”