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These two bands are related both by the prominence of the letter Z and the compositions of Jon Davis. Zhongyu is a five-piece, primarily studio project, and Super Z Attack Team (SZAT) is a trio, a subset of the full band (along the lines of the legendary "small, highly mobile unit"). Who knows, there may be other configurations in the future...
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Here's the promotional trailer for the album. Check out the Live page for some live videos.
Jon has been working on music for a fascinating documentary film project about the wonderful teas of Taiwan. This project is ongoing, without a current timetable for release, but there are some segments available online. Here's one called Bound Together.
After a summer of little activity while musicians are busy running around the globe having lives outside of Super Z Attack Team, things are starting to look up for live performances. We've got one show already announced and a couple more in the works.
Saturday, September 7, we'll be at the Parliament in West Seattle. Also on the bill, the great KO Electric with sax wizard Kate Olson. It's a special birthday-ish occasion, so the fesivity index will be cranked up higher than usual. Stop by the Facebook event page and let us know you can make it.
On Friday, October 18, we'll be appearing at the Blue Moon in the University District with Pinto Wagonfire and Clearly Beloved. These are two of the best local bands, and it will be an All-Alumni Seaprog Artist show. See the Facebook event page for more details and to let us know you're coming.
Stay tuned for more announcements as contracts are signed. Just kidding, there are no contracts for shows like this!
We've been working on documenting all the tunes in the Super Z repertoire, using our regular practice space as a studio. Generally, we'll do a few live takes until we get one we like, then Jon will take the basic tracks and do a few overdubs, equalization, and so on.
There's a playlist that happens to be about the normal length for a full album. Imagine that.