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Michel Maurer releases 'The Shape Of Noon' on Outside In Music

Michel Maurer releases 'The Shape Of Noon' on Outside In Music

Michel Maurer’s debut jazz album as a leader The Shape of Noon captures his ensemble Meridian in peak form while also commanding the listener’s attention through a pure uncomplicated sound and intriguing shapes. Maurer’s compositions are influenced by shapes, colors, textures and reflect a natural compositional style. In addition to the clear musical imagery, the song titles ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Roxy Coss: Quintet

Read "Quintet" reviewed by Paul Rauch

At times, saxophonist Roxy Coss can appear to be a whirlwind. Over the past decade, Coss has firmly established herself as a saxophonist, bandleader, composer, and activist. She has toured extensively, most notably with trumpeter Jeremy Pelt. She founded Women In Jazz Organization (WIJO) to combat misogyny in jazz culture, and create gender equity in terms ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Outside In Music Launches 2019 Label Showcase Of NYC Rising Stars!

Jazz record label and media company Outside in Music launches its third iteration of the “Outside in Experience” in collaboration with Long Island City Recording Studio Pinch Recording. The “Outside in Experience” is a label showcase that features bandleaders from the label’s rapidly growing catalog of jazz’s brightest up and comers from all different corners of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Curtis + Garabedian + Sperrazza: New Year

Read "New Year" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

This is a compelling slice of Brooklyn unburdened. With no real restrictions, stratification, expectations or requirements to speak of, three friends and fellow seekers document their truth(s) in sound. Burrowing into their shared experiences in the Borough of Kings, and discovering tunnels and wormholes in the process, they come out on the other end with music ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Idan Morim: I.M.

Read "I.M." reviewed by Claudio Bonomi

Idan Morim, chitarrista e compositore israeliano, da anni risiede a New York dove ha affinato tecnica, pratica e uno stile originale che sposa eleganza timbrica e groove. Prima con un proprio trio, battezzato, I.M., e più recentemente con un quintetto in cui spicca il trombettista Adam O'Farrill, già noto agli addetti ai lavori per aver lavorato ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

André Carvalho: The Garden Of Earthly Delights

Read "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

When eyeing the triptych oil painting The Garden of Earthly Delights, by Renaissance painter Hieronymous Bosch, the observer often drifts off and zooms in on a very specific segment of the painting. Defined by opposing themes and motifs, the eye wanders from left to right, from Adam and Eve in peaceful nature, over birds and buildings ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Terraza Big Band: One Day Wonder

Read "One Day Wonder" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo tre anni di esibizioni mensili al club Terraza 7 nel Queens (NY), quest'orchestra di 18 elementi debutta con un CD di nove composizioni originali arrangiate dal sassofonista Michael Thomas. Questi è il co-leader della band assieme al contrabbassista Edward Perez, che è anche autore di molti brani. Conosciutisi a Boston quand'erano studenti di musica, i ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Lucas Pino's No Net Nonet: That's a Computer

Read "That's a Computer" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Lucas Pino is a New York-based tenor saxophonist who leads the No Net Nonet, a band that fits snugly into the jazz tradition but displays its own style of creativity. Despite what this CD's title suggests, this group's music is full of emotion and warmth.

That is evident from the outset with “Antiquity," written ...

André Carvalho: The Garden Of Earthly Delights

Read "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

This third album from Portuguese bassist André Carvalho is a study in contrasts. Inspired by the work of artist Hieronymus Bosch—his style in general and, of course, the titular painting—Carvalho set about composing a long-form work reflecting the range and balance of character(s) endemic to the mysterious Dutch painter's creations. This stunning suite is the result. ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

The Sounds of Saxophones

Read "The Sounds of Saxophones" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The saxophone continues to be one of the cornerstone instruments of jazz. Here are three recent recordings that demonstrate different approaches to the use of saxophones in the music.

Jordan Pettay
First Fruit
Outside In Music
2019

Jordan Pettay is a young Julliard graduate who makes her ...