Personnel: Christian Skår Winther: electric guitar; Magnus Skavhaug Nergaard: electric bass; Anja Lauvdal: Korg MS10; Heida Karine Johannesdottir Mobeck: tuba; Joakim Heibø Johansen: drums.
Tracks: One; Two; Three; Four.
Personnel: Caspar Brotzmann: electric guitar; Marino Pliakas: electric bass; Michael Wertmüller: drums; FM Einheit: steel (trk 3, 4).
Western Winds Bitter Christians
Tracks: Western Winds Bitter Christians; Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California / The Harmony of Altamont; Rye; We Would Be Building; Revolt of the Dyke Brigade; America; My Station Will Be Changed After While.
Personnel: Will Graefe: guitar; Jeremy Gustin: drums.
Tracks: Landing; Book Of Dreams; Intro/Outro; Pulse; World On A Wire; Archaea.
Personnel: Jeff Snyder: analog synthesizer; Sam Pluta: laptop.
Tracks: Mixed N.1; Abstraction N.1; Savoy Blues/Undecided; Today; Giant Steps; Rituals N.2; Abstraction N.3; Traditions N.1; Rituals N.1; Traditions And Rituals; Muskrat Ramble/Scrapple From The Apple; Clusters N.4.
Personnel: Franco D'Andrea: piano.
Tracks: Calumet; Center Pier; Bascule; Foreground; Standing West.
Personnel: Tim Daisy: drums; Jason Stein: bass clarinet.
I grew up listening to my father's Jazz records and listening to radio. My dad was a musician for many years as a vocalist, bassist and drummer. His two uncles played in the Symphony of Reggio Calabria back in Italy
I grew up listening to my father's Jazz records and listening to radio. My dad was a musician for many years as a vocalist, bassist and drummer. His two uncles played in the Symphony of Reggio Calabria back in Italy. So music and jazz specifically have been a part of me since I was born. I love and perform in all styles of music from around the world. Improvisation in jazz is what drew me in, and still does as well as other genres that feature improvisation. A group of great musicians expressing themselves as one is the hallmark of great jazz and in fact all great music.