FEATURE: Zach Brock, Matt Ulery and Jon Deitemyer’s “Wonderment” Featured in Bass Magazine

June 18, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

By: Bass Magazine For violinist Zach Brock, bassist Matt Ulery, and drummer Jon Deitemyer, their debut trio album Wonderment is very much a realization of separate musical journeys coalescing into one undeniably personal statement. Due to be released on July 16th on Ulery’s Woolgathering Records, Wondermentfeatures original compositions from all three members for this unique violin/bass/drum trio. The group’s almost fifteen-year musical relationship culminates … Read More

REVIEW: Jazz Weekly Reviews Michael Eaton’s “Dialogical”

June 18, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly Dreamy moods and atmospheres that pulsate are produced by Michael Eaton, who plays tenor and soprano sax with a core team of Brad Whiteley/p, Daniel Ori/b, Shareef Taher/dr and a collection of wide ranging guests that include guitarist Lionel Loueke and Brittany Anjou on vibes. The album is divided into … Read More

NEW RELEASE: Chase Baird To Release “A Life Between” with Antonio Sanchez, Brad Mehldau 8/9

June 18, 2019New Release, Press Releases

Chase Baird to Release Highly Anticipated Album A Life Between With Antonio Sanchez, Brad Mehldau, Nir Felder and Dan Chmielinski The up-and-coming saxophonist releases a stunning, star-studded achievement on Soundsabound Records Street Date: August 9th Soundsabout Records presents the latest work by young saxophonist and composer Chase Baird: A Life Between, covering a vast emotional terrain … Read More

PODCAST: Sam Newsome on A Noise From The Deep

June 17, 2019Press Reel, Radio/Podcasts

A Noise From The Deep, Greenleaf Music with Dave Douglas Dave talks to Sam Newsome about being a solo soprano saxophonist, how he creates his recordings, and the basic underlying decisions that guide his work. Sam also talks about smooth jazz, as well as about his more recent interest in balloon sculpting and the new areas … Read More

JAZZ JOURNAL: Vanessa Rubin’s “The Dream Is You” Reviewed

June 17, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

by Bruce Crowther, Jazz Journal The subtitle of the record is Vanessa Rubin Sings Tadd Dameron. A highly significant presence in jazz, if perhaps more for his composing, teaching and influence than for his performances, Dameron’s valuable contribution is effectively spotlighted with the 12 songs presented here; all of them originate, either alone or in … Read More