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Taylor Haskins

Taylor is a member of Nels Cline's "Lovers" orchestra, which released an album on Blue Note Records in 2016. He is also a founding member of Guillermo Klein's "Los Guachos" and has toured & recorded with many world-class ensembles, including the Richard Bona Group and the Dave Holland Big Band, with whom Taylor won a Grammy award in 2005 for his contributions to the album "Overtime". Taylor has also been composing and producing music for media for over 20 years. He worked full-time for 6 years as an in-house composer for the cutting-edge music production house tomandandy, composing & producing music & sound design for numerous major commercial campaigns, films, & art installations


Label: Recombination Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Hazy Days (feat. Nate Smith) 2. The View from Here (feat. Nir Felder) 3. Gnosis (feat. Brandee Younger & Jamie Baum) 04:15 4. Equal Night (feat. Henry Hey) 5. Circle Theory 6. Lost Worlds (feat. Josh Roseman) 7. Artificial Scarcity 8. Plucky (feat. Daniel Freedman & Brandee Younger) 9. alt_X


JC Sanford Orchestra: Views from the Inside

Read "Views from the Inside" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Nell'attuale rinascimento del jazz orchestrale JC Sanford non è affatto un esordiente anche se pubblica solo ora il primo disco a suo nome. È membro fondatore con Darcy James Argue del Composers' Federation Pulse, ha operato nel BMI Jazz Composers' Workshop guidato da Jim McNeely e Mike Abene, da anni agisce regolarmente come compositore ...

Fuzzy Logic

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: 1. Somewhere I've Never Travelled 2. Four Moons 3. Fuzzy Logic 4. Comfortable Disease 5. Airwaves 6. Perspective 7. Too Far 8. Conviction 9. I Believe In You 10. Take It With Me

JC Sanford Orchestra: Views from the Inside

Read "JC Sanford Orchestra: Views from the Inside" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Views From The Inside is a study in contrasts and opposing forces. It's a work of compression and expansion, sonic saturation and sparsity, and consonance and dissonance. It's music that's alternately grandiloquent and direct, pointing to a place where high art and simple emotional expression aren't at odds with one another. In short, it's everything that's ...


Jamie Baum: In This Life

Read "In This Life" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Flutist and composer Jamie Baum's In This Life is a richly textured album both in a harmonic and conceptual sense. Inspired by her travels through India and Nepal and influenced by the music of the late Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, this collection of intriguing originals (and two Khan covers) is simultaneously deeply spiritual and ...


Trent Austin: Pulling an Ace from the Musical Deck

Read "Trent Austin: Pulling an Ace from the Musical Deck" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

New England-based trumpeter, Trent Austin is indeed a Renaissance Man--multi-genre performer, business owner, trumpet/brass equipment designer, clinician and teacher. He's also one of the most beloved and respected--by the greatest of players and up-and-coming players--in each of those activities. I caught up with Austin as he plans to head out on tour in October with the ...


Label: Recombination Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Morning Chorale 2. Here Is the Big Sky 3. Clouds Form Below Us 4. Upward Mobility 5. The Shifting Twilight 6. A Lazy Afternoon 7. Lurking Shadows 8. Passing Through 9. Riverstone 10. Möbius 11. Alberto Balsam 12. Forgotten Memory of Something True


The Jazz Session #283: Taylor Haskins

The Jazz Session #283: Taylor Haskins

Trumpeter Taylor Haskins' most recent CD is Recombination (Nineteen-Eight Records, 2011), a companion piece to American Dream (Sunnyside, 2010). In this interview, Haskins talks about the complex vision of America that led to both records; why his website features a quote from Krishnamurti on the homepage; and how his work in the world of commercial music ...


Travis Sullivan: This Cat Plays the Sax

Read "Travis Sullivan: This Cat Plays the Sax" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Travis Sullivan composes and arranges with a fine flair. For about the last six years, he's proven himself a strong leader of a large band, running the Bjorkestra, an acclaimed unit that plays slick, intricate and sometimes burning jazz versions of songs by popular Icelandic singer/songwriter Bjork.It's a band that's an audience pleaser and ...


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