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Trevor Anderies

Resolve, innovation, and passion define Trevor Anderies’ musical direction. Based in Los Angeles, California, he performs locally and on the international scene with many groups including Slumgum, The Walsh Set Trio, The Jon Armstrong Jazz Orchestra, Dan Rosenboom, Neelamjit Dhillon, The Nigerian Talking Drum Ensemble, and The Trevor Anderies Quintet. Amongst his many teachers have been Joe LaBarbara, Bennie Maupin, Art Lande, Randy Gloss, Paul Romaine, and Larry Koonse. In addition, Trevor has studied Ewe music from Ghanian Master Drummer Alfred Ladzekpo, and Tabla from North Indian Master Swapan Chaudhuri

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Trevor Anderies Quintet at Fresh Santa Fe

Read "Trevor Anderies Quintet at Fresh Santa Fe" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Trevor Anderies Quintet Fresh Santa Fe New Music Series Santa Fe, NM September 3, 2016 To be perfectly honest, most of the bands that come to Santa Fe, NM are playing fill-in gigs between dates in jny: Albuquerque (or jny: Phoenix) and jny: Denver. And that's okay because it just ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gavin Templeton: Ballast

Read "Ballast" reviewed by Dave Wayne

A native of Reno, Nevada, alto saxophonist Gavin Templeton is emerging as one of the leading voices of Los Angeles' suddenly burgeoning modern jazz scene. If the music on Ballast, his fourth album as a leader, is any indication, Templeton might just be on his way to becoming one of the leading voices in modern jazz, ...

Shades of Truth

Label: Nine Winds Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Attainment; Shades of Truth; Thunder; Vermillion; Three-Four vs. Six-Eight Four-Four Ways; Aren’t You So Lovely; Clear Eyes of the Moon; Lenny; Wild Ox Moan.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Trevor Anderies: Shades of Truth

Read "Shades of Truth" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Il batterista Trevor Anderies guida in questo album dagli esiti alquanto eterogenei quello che nominalmente risulterebbe un ottetto, in realtà scorporato generalmente in tronconi (o sottoinsiemi) di varia conformazione (e connotazione) su cui peraltro imperversa, salvo rare eccezioni, la voce baritonale, fra il lirico-leggero, l'epico e il confidenziale (almeno tentato), di Dwight Trible, vero anello debole ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slumgum / Hugh Ragin: The Sky His Own

Read "The Sky His Own" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Slumgum exhibits a sophisticated voice and thematic cohesiveness on this, its third release, The Sky His Own. These characteristics are a testament to this innovative Los Angeles-based quartet's camaraderie and shared ideology, as all members of the group, including guest cornetist Hugh Ragin, contribute unique compositions. Ragin's expansive “Silver Cornet News" starts off ...


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