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Casey Golden

Pianist and composer Casey Golden is a forward-thinking musician, active as both a bandleader and session musician in Australia and the UK. Casey led a trio with bassist Bill Williams and drummer Ed Rodrigues between 2010-2016 and maintained a constant presence on the Australian music scene in those years. They released two studio recordings, 'Outliers' (2015) and 'Miniature' (2016), with both albums receiving high critical praise in Australia, the UK and the USA. The trio of Golden/Williams/Rodrigues continues today as the co-led Outliers Trio. Casey currently leads a UK-based quartet, featured on his latest release 'Atlas' (2018)

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Phillip Johnston Returns with Diggin' Bones and The Adventures of Prince Achmed

Read "Phillip Johnston Returns with Diggin' Bones and The Adventures of Prince Achmed" reviewed by John Kelman

The consequences of change in the music industry have been predicted for some time now but, with far too many blinkered deniers, it's had to begin approaching critical mass before being recognized for what it is: the commoditization and devaluation of music that has led to increasing challenges for musicians looking to maintain any kind of ...

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Casey Golden: Atlas

Read "Atlas" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Australian pianist/composer Casey Golden, now a London resident, was last heard from on Miniature (Scrampion Records, 2016) with his long-standing Sydney-based trio. He also appears on Phillip Johnston's The Adventures of Prince Achmed (Cuneiform Records, 2018). Atlas is the first recording from his new London-based quartet with guitarist Alex Munk, bassist Henrik Jensen, drummer Will Glaser ...

Atlas

Label: Scrampion Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Atlas; Singularity; Still Life; The Hobbyist; High Up (Piano Intro); High Up; Christmas Carol; The Good Fight; Everybody Else.

Miniature

Label: Scrampion Records
Released: 2016

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Piano & More: Rich Halley 5, Casey Golden Trio, Jeff Denson Quartet, Fred Hersch Trio, Peter Erskine Trio, & Sirius Quartet

Read "Piano & More: Rich Halley 5, Casey Golden Trio, Jeff Denson Quartet, Fred Hersch Trio, Peter Erskine Trio, & Sirius Quartet" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

An assortment of striking jazz/improvisation recordings. Three of them are piano trios--each with their own unique character--but two of them have no piano, or any other harmonic instrument. Rich Halley 5 The Outlier Pine Eagle Records 2016 Tenor saxophonist Rich Halley's longstanding quartet with trombonist Michael Vlatkovich, ...

Outliers

Label: Scrampion Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Flatpack Empire; Outliers; Paralyzed; Home; Us or Them; Uncovered; Recluse; One of Two Places.

Live at Bennetts Lane

Label: Self-Produced
Released: 2015

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Casey Golden Trio: Outliers

Read "Outliers" reviewed by Ian Patterson

In the past twenty years the jazz piano trio has branched out from the standards format into e.s.t..--influenced, virtuosity-leaning trios and song-based units like the Neil Cowley Trio and GoGo Penguin. Of course, that's not the full piano trio picture, but it's refreshing to come across an alternative to both the traditional American trio and the ...


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