Effusive praise from BLURT for J Hacha de Zola's "Antipatico" and lathe-cut session.


"Possibly the wildest record I've heard all year. A compelling all-over-the-map collision of jazz, blues, show tunes, garage rock, and Latino flavors. At points, hypnotic, cinematic, lush, and dissonant—but there’s no question that it is also a challenging, at times daunting, listen." BLURT Magazine ringing in with effusive praise for J Hacha de Zola.

Source: http://blurtonline.com/review/j-hacha-de-z...

J Hacha de Zola takes on "Girl You Know It's True" for Cover Me comp


J Hacha de Zola has previously premiered a cover song (Ariana Grande's "Bad Decisions") with the most popular cover song website Cover Me, and today he is also a part of the Cover Me Turns 10 compilation that celebrates the site's ten-year anniversary, as well as the recent release of site editor Ray Padgett's new book on the subject, "Cover Me: The Stories Behind the Greatest Cover Songs of All Time." Have a listen to J's unique take on Milli Vanilli's "Girl You Know It's True."

Source: http://www.covermesongs.com/2017/10/cover-...

J Hacha de Zola chats with NJ.com ahead of upcoming record release show


NJ.com chats with J Hacha De Zola ahead of his record release show as part of The Latest Noise Live! this Sat., Oct. 14th at Maxwell's in Hoboken. "In the vein of such fire breathing artists like Screamin' Jay Hawkins and Captain Beefheart," says Robert Ham of Paste Magazine. Hear J's new album Antipatico at Spotify below or here.

Source: http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2017/10...

Atwood Magazine does a deep dive on J Hacha de Zola's latest


Check out "March of the Hollowmen" by J Hacha De Zola from the upcoming Antipatico, out Oct. 6th. J's third album in just two years features Dana Colley of Morphine, Tom Waits collaborator Ralph Carney, Gato Loco, and Frank London of The Klezmatics among other friends and co-conspirators. RIYL: Leonard Cohen, Lee Hazlewood, Frank Zappa

Source: http://atwoodmagazine.com/jhdz-march-hollo...

J Hacha de Zola shares "A Fanciful Invention" via Ghettoblaster


"When there’s a song of this caliber we all must take note," says Ghettoblaster Magazine today in its premiere coverage of "A Fanciful Invention" from the upcoming Antipatico by J Hacha De Zola. J is joined on this record by members of Morphine, Gato Loco, and Tom Waits collaborator Ralph Carney, among others.

Source: http://ghettoblastermagazine.com/2017/j-ha...