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Sean Sonderegger

Sean Sonderegger grew up in Los Angeles playing music in an eclectic atmosphere with musicians like Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner, Kamasi Washington, and Brandon Coleman. His first experience with free improvisation, at age 12, was from an unlikely source, Buddy Collette, a saxophonist and flautist well known for his work as a studio musican and his classic 1950s West Coast jazz albums (as well as his associations with Charles Mingus and Eric Dolphy). Playing completely free music with Collette and such a diverse group of musicians (including Basie sideman Jackie Kelso, and future members of the LA band Ozomatli) was a formative experience for him, and showed him early on the vast possibilities of trans-idiomatic creation that improvised music supported


Moon Hooch, Matt Ulery, Cochemea and More New Releases

Read "Moon Hooch, Matt Ulery, Cochemea and More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Second part of our exploration of new releases [for the first part, click here]. In this segment we focus heavily on powerful saxophone players like Cochemea, Tenor Triage's Michael Eaton, Sean Sonderegger and James Brandon Lewis, Ghost Horse's Dan Kinzelman, Moon Hooch's Mike Wilbur and Wenzl McGowen, Charles Owens, Hearing Thing's Matt Bauder, the Crosscurrent Trio's ...


Michael Eaton: Dialogical

Read "Dialogical" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Saxophonist Michael Eaton covers a lot of ground on this CD, using several different configurations of musicians in a program that encompasses angular, funk-laced fusion, airy sax and flute duets, a multi-saxophone workout and minimalism in the Philip Glass style. A key sideman here is guitarist Lionel Loueke whose unique style of playing and ...


Michael Mwenso, Uri Caine, Nérija, Tenor Triage & Other New Releases

Read "Michael Mwenso, Uri Caine, Nérija, Tenor Triage & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Two hours of genre-defying, global, high-octane, music, with a special focus on socially engaged projects, Finnish bands, and charismatic artists whose music has a higher than average density of ideas, like Michael Mwenso and Frank Zappa (by way of the tribute paid to him by the Orchestre Franck Tortiller. It all starts with the much anticipated ...

Eat The Air

Label: Skirl Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Old Timers; A Visit; Eat The Air; The Ball; Crown; We’re Born; The Fifth.


Sean Sonderegger's Magically Inclined: Eat The Air

Read "Eat The Air" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

New York City-based saxophonist, composer Sean Sonderegger's Magically Inclined unit consists of artists he performed with for late composer, conductor Butch Morris' ensembles amid other regional jazz and improvisation units. Perhaps his involvement with Morris and studies with multi-reedman, composer Anthony Braxton among other notables, spawned the genesis for these rather complex works, often modeled with ...

Eat the Air

Label: Skirl Records
Released: 2015


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