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Aryeh Kobrinsky

Since moving to New York City in 2005 via Montreal and Fargo, North Dakota, Aryeh Kobrinsky has quickly established himself as a creative and versatile bassist on the New York jazz scene. Aryeh stands at the vanguard of a generation of instrumental performers for whom the notion of genre is becoming increasingly ambiguous. He holds a BMus from McGill University and a MMus from New England Conservatory where he studied with Danilo Perez, George Garzone, Jerry Bergonzi and double bass luminary, Don Palma. Having toured Europe, North Africa, Canada and the United States Aryeh has performed with a wide variety of artists including Tyshawn Sorey, Hal Crook, Andrew D’Angelo, Matt Wilson, Bob Moses and Dominique Eade


Mystic Life

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2022
Track listing: Near the Horizon; Dawn; Kaleidoscope; Requiem; Jungle flowers; Procession of Queen Maya Cosmos; Breathing Forest; Early Spring; Moon Night Dance.


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Jungle Flowers

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2022
Duration: 5:59


Song of the Day


Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2022
Duration: 06:06

Article: Album Review

Sam Decker: Shrove

Read "Shrove" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Il titolo di questo disco è preso dal primo movimento del balletto Petrushka di Igor Stravinsky ed è indicativo della formazione del sassofonista Sam Decker. Laureato al New England Conservatory è stato molto attratto dal grande innovatore russo e da altri compositori del Novecento come Dmitrij Shostakovich e Bela Bartok. La musica di questo disco ne ...



Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Filles; Stems; St; What It Was All For; Iron Swallow; Falling Action; Tableaux; Parallel Floats.


Article: Album Review

John McNeil: Hush Point III

Read "Hush Point III" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Trumpeter John McNeil is a real trooper, battling and overcoming much physical adversity, but nevertheless engaging in long-term projects such as the group Hush Point. Joined by saxophonist Jeremy Udden, with Aryeh Kobrinsky on bass and Anthony Pinciotti on drums, McNeil's somewhat idiosyncratic sense of humor (musical and otherwise) is on display, as is his desire ...


Article: Album Review

Hush Point: Hush Point

Read "Hush Point" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Se tra i dieci brani contenuti in Hush Point due portano la firma di Jimmy Giuffre, se la front-line del quartetto pianoless è formato da tromba e sax, e se il trombettista del gruppo ha mosso i primi passi nella California degli anni sessanta, qualche indizio su quello che si andrà ad ascoltare ci viene pur ...


Article: Extended Analysis

John McNeil: Hush Point

Read "John McNeil: Hush Point" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Anyone who has played music with others on a regular basis understands inherently that, during a live performance, the sounds emanating from the instruments themselves have a way of clashing or canceling each other out. It's all in the frequencies. Bass and toms get mixed up on the low end, cymbals can kill a clarinet or ...


Article: Interview

Brian Landrus: The Low End Theory

Read "Brian Landrus: The Low End Theory" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Specialists don't usually have the luxury of controlling much of their destiny. For a low woodwind expert like Brian Landrus, it would be of little surprise to anyone to find that, though he'd have the freedom to experiment with sounds and timbres for his own records, he would be little more than a hired gun for ...


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