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Since landing on an abandoned planet Earth in January 2021, the Intergalactic Brasstronauts have been studying the strange conical, mechanical and electronic instruments left behind by the enigmatic human race. Our quest is to understand the purpose and significance of the phenomena the humans called "music". Our debut album, "Music For The People", will be released on 16 July 2021 across all digital platforms.
by Mark Robbins
jny:New Orleans is the home to some of the most musical families in the United States. Barbarian, Marsalis, Andrews, Jordan, Neville and Boutte just to name a few. Another, the Batiste Family has scattered to other cities across the country, there are still some in New Orleans, and the current band leader with his band, Stay ...
The Weekly Reeders is an "orphan instrument" band that was conceived from a chance remark made in 2013 by Carlos Cuevas, old UNT buddy, and now our melodica player, who is a fine pianist in his other life. "How about a band with melodica, accordion and vibes? That'll get some attention. Not sure what kind!" I, Lee Tomboulian, pianist, accordionist and composer, got to work writing and adapting material for this challenging, highly reedy instrumentation, and soon it was joined by the lovely voice of Elizabeth Tomboulian. Rehearsals began in Jersey City, weekly for a while, with Cliff Schmitt on bass
Whether it's jazz, blues, a French tune or a sly “tongue in cheek” pop tune, critics, fans and musicians agree that vocalist Maryanne Reall has a distinctive way of taking you on an intimate adventure with her innate musicality, warm mellifluous tone, subtle caressing of each lyric and tastefully selected repertoire. A native New Englander, music has always been Maryanne’s passion. This passion and her dream to live in ‘California’, inspired by Joni Mitchell’s song, were both realized back in the 90’s. Since then, she’s appeared at countless venues from clubs and festivals to some of L.A.'s top jazz rooms including the world-renown Catalina Jazz Club, the World Stage Performance Gallery and the Southern California Jazz Festival
Pianist/Composer Richard X Bennett plays unique and soulful jazz with a sound all his own. He is also known for his fresh approach to Indian raga-based music. RXB's albums, the jazz-raga quintet Experiments With Truth and the groove jazz trio What Is Now were released simultaneously by Ropeadope Records in 2017. His ambient solo Away From The Many, and piano/electronica collaboration with HUW, Wood/Water were released in 2018. He also has six critically acclaimed raga-based records on Indian labels. In New York, his groups have performed at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, The Guggenheim Museum, The Rubin Museum and Central Park Summerstage