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Article: Album Review

Family Plan: Family Plan

Read "Family Plan" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Family Plan belongs to the strain of piano trios, formed in the wake of The Bad Plus, that eschew a straight acoustic jazz approach in favor of music which often experiments with distortion, repetition and knotty, mechanical melodies, all of which display the close-knit interaction between the three group members, pianist Andrew Boudreau, bassist Simon Willson, ...

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Family Plan

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Celebratory; Life is Good; Reptilian; Scam Likely; Who’s Your Copilot; Little River; Seemingly OK; Groundhog Day; Touch; What’s Your Fee; El Mono.

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<3 Bird

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2021

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Article: Multiple Reviews

New Spins On Old Masters

Read "New Spins On Old Masters" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Dave Brubeck and Charlie Parker were two of the most influential jazz figures of their eras. Many musicians have interpreted their work over the years but these two albums take more liberties than usual with their compositions to good effect. Mark Zaleski Band Our Time: Reimagining Dave Brubeck Origin Records

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Family Plan: Family Plan

Read "Family Plan" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Listeners familiar with saxophonist Kevin Sun's adventurous outings on his Endectomorph label—The Sustain of Memory, 2019; (Un)Seaworthy, 2020—will celebrate the fact that he is now reaching out to other like-minded musicians for inclusion on his roster. One of the first, Family Plan, is a trio built around the talents of pianist-keyboardist Andrew Boudreau, bassist Simón Willson, ...

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Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2021
Duration: 4:16

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Article: Album Review

Kevin Sun: (Un)seaworthy

Read "(Un)seaworthy" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Kevin Sun brings a fresh energy and and sense of adventure to the saxophone trio format on this CD. In the company of bassist Walter Stinson and drummer Matt Honor, he plays around with tone, rhythm and tempo, creating exciting music which blends the traditional and the experimental. Sun's sax tone on “Seaworthy (Unseaworthy)" ...

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Kevin Sun: The Sustain of Memory

Read "The Sustain of Memory" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Il secondo album da leader del trentenne sassofonista e clarinettista newyorchese Kevin Sun è un'opera lunga, due CD, e complessa, articolata su tre suite diverse per organico e clima. La prima suite—"The Middle of Tension," in sei parti per un totale di trentasei minuti—vede di scena un classico quartetto, nel quale Sun è accompagnato ...

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(Un)seaworthy

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Bad Lady; Seaworthy (Unseaworthy); Latinate; Prelude/Genuflecting at the Cathedral of the Perpetual Hustle; Facsimilate (Unlike You).

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Article: Album Review

Kevin Sun: (Un)seaworthy

Read "(Un)seaworthy" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Although he's a relative newcomer to the jazz world, having released his debut album, Trio (Endectomorph Music) in 2018, tenor saxophonist Kevin Sun is well on his way toward staking a major claim as a distinctive composer and soloist. After an excellent two-disc effort, The Sustain of Memory (Endectomorph) in 2019, he's now adding to his ...


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