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Welcome to the official internet site of AJAR Project. We are a four piece band from Southern New Hampshire. Our genre could be considered rock with some alternative and slight prog influence, spiked with a hint of jazz and blues.  Our sound has been compared to New England Weather: if you wait a few minutes, it will change. Our music is all original; however, we have been known to throw a cover or two into the mix every so often.  And let’s certainly not forget the occasional improvisational jam.

It's proving to be a very busy year for us, we will be looking forward to playing a number of new venues and some old haunts, so we are hoping you are going to get out and join us especially for the new venues. We have just finished a rough outline for what will be our first music video and we are hoping to start production on that soon. We shall keep you posted. Thanks for everyone coming out to Mama McDonoughs, the crowd was awesome and we love playing there. We just did another interview for Cider Magazine check it out here . We just recieved the word that we have bee selected to play BoneStock up in Northfield VT Saturday August 8th at 1:00 Pm its a great time, free camping and lots of talented bands over a 3 day weekend festival. We are happy to annouce that our albums are now available at Pitch Fork Records in Concord NH and Turn It up in Brattleboro Vt and Keene NH.

 

     

 

"This Wilton-based four-piece is a moving target, with straight-up rockers, moody jazz rock and synth groove all likely to crop up in their shows. The fuzz-toned dirty boogie of "Turbulence" from the band's debut album is a good example of Ajar Project putting all the pieces together -- soaring and sneering yet melodic and danceable. The occasional unplugged tune is a treat as well. "

- Michael Witthaus, The Hippo (Aug 29, 2013)

 

Upcomming Gigs

   
   

 

BoneStock Festival
Bone Hill
397 Route 12 South
Northfield, Vermont 05663
Saturday August 8th
1 to 2:30 Pm

 

 

 


 

 

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