By Jon D’Auria, Bass Magazine In the middle of the pandemic year, jazz bassist Brandi Disterheft did what few others were able to accomplish when she released her lighthearted and … Read More
by George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly “Brandi Disterheft shows three sides of her talents as she sings, plays bass and cello and composes a bunch of the material here that … Read More
by Philip Booth, JazzTimes “It’s probably no coincidence that Brandi Disterheft’s prowess as a bassist, on her fifth album as a leader, shines particularly bright on “The Pendulum at Falcon’s … Read More
by Kira Grunenberg, DownBeat “Confidence immediately rises from bassist Brandi Disterheft’s Surfboard.” Read the full review here.
By Corey Brown, No Treble Surf’s up! Brandi Disterheft has just released a new album called “Surfboard”, which marks her fifth as a leader. Songs on the album range from … Read More
By Stephen Graham, Marlbank No newcomer double bassist and jazz singer Brandi Disterheft has long since got into her stride. She might make a few reviewer headlines again. If you … Read More
By Kevin Johnson, No Treble Surf’s up! Brandi Disterheft has just released a new album called Surfboard, which marks her fifth as a leader. Read more here.
Por José Ramon, La Habitación Del Jazz Disterheft (Vancouver, Canada), bajista, compositora y cantante, a los 5 años de edad comenzó sus estudios de piano clásico, pero fue su tía … Read More
Textura “I grew up listening to my aunt; one pivotal record she sings on is ‘Arara’ by Sergio Mendes. I knew I always wanted to be like her, sound like … Read More
By Bass Magazine Bassist-composer-singer Brandi Disterheft’s fifth album, Surfboard is her most accomplished yet. Read this announcement here.