Zach Brock, jazz violinist and composer, is
forging a unique musical identity with “audacious ingenuity and masterful
his instrument,” says Bill Milkowski of Jazz Times. Distinguished jazz critic
of the Chicago Tribune writes that Zach Brock is a violinist “whose every phrase
the instrument’s value in 21st century jazz.” Neil Tesser echoes, “Zach Brock is
eminent improvising violinist of his generation.”
2013 is proving a landmark year for Brock as he tours as co-leader with
pianist/composer Phil Markowitz, appears in festivals with
Stanley Clarke Band, and premiers new classical works by
Altman and Preston Stahly
Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Track listing: Black Cow; Aja; Any World (That I'm Welcome To); Reelin' in the Years; Dirty Work; Daddy Don't Live in That NYC No More; Everything You Did; Rikki Don't Lose That Number.
Trio classico, ma con la particolarità di avere un violino come prima voce, questa formazione raccoglie tre musicisti che collaborano in varie forme da quindici anni e che operano in modo totalmente paritetico, a cominciare dalla titolarità dei dodici brani, composti quattro a testa. Dei tre il violinista Zach Brock è probabilmente il più ...
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 For the second installment in our series on the guitarists of Snarky Puppy, we spoke with Bob Lanzetti. In addition to being the guitarist who logged the most miles with the band in its early days, he has also appeared on every recording SP has ever ...
Label: Woolgathering Records
Track listing: Wonderment; Mobile; Levelled; Cheyanne; Nightshade; Wokey Dokey; Cry Face; Cavendish; Pumpkin
Patch; Yge Beive; Above and Beyond; Happy Place.
Label: Woolgathering Records
Track listing: Coping; The Effortless Enchantment; Mellisonant; The Air We Breathe; Taciturn; October; Nerve.
Track listing: Chonks; Bigly Strictness; Coven; Bling Bling; Xavi; While We're Young; Bad Kids to the Back; Even Us.
Coming on the heels of 2019's outstanding trio outing Wonderment (Woolgathering Records) with violinist Zach Brock and drummer John Deitemyer, Delicate Charms is a four and a half star recording if ever one was. And it begins with a classical air, an almost chambered hush into which rush those last minute arrivals, each their own player ...
Another week repleate with deliciuos new releases, from those of European jazz queens Céline Bonacina, Yazz Ahmed and Carla Marciano, to the Pan-African manifesto of Russell Gunn's Royal Krunk Jazz Orkestra, to the collaborative trios of Ben Perowsky-John MedeskiChris Speed, Zach BrockMatt UleryJon Deitemyer, and Alban DarcheMatthieu DonarierMeivelyan Jacquot, not to mention the latest by Keith ...
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 ...