Insights from the living room with a nice view.
This epitome of an idyllic scene goes with the idea of moral uprightness and “coziness”. The three young musicians from the “Dresden school” respond to this idea with their very own insight on nice views. Views on what jazz is and can be today. Meaningful, committed and energetic. Musical in the best sense of the term and conscious of itself and its history. Far away from and beyond the nice and mushy appearances, honest, hands-on and at the same time showing a lyric gesture.
They have learned from the best. And these, from time to time and first and foremost Baby Sommer, boldly look over their shoulder.
And while the audience – inclined or not, it cannot elude from the magic of this music – is still wondering where the three are “docking” at the moment, they have already made what they found their own, on their way to new insights and views of their own new tonal language.

Release

Zur Schönen Aussicht »Willkommen Zuhause«

Willkommen Zuhause
Zur Schönen Aussicht

2016 WhyPlayJazz (RS031)
CD + MP3 Album Download

Track listing

  1. Schwingen ohne Club  3:09
  2. Kritische Masse  8:40
  3. Pseudohalluzination 12  4:09
  4. Schweben  6:32
  5. Essenz  7:41
  6. Wer mit wem?  2:20
  7. Exit All Areas  7:25
  8. Phlegma und Enge  5:52
  9. Mutationoitatum  4:56
  10. Herbstlichst  13:06

Concerts

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Reviews

Overall the trio plays very unique music, floating between composed and improvised planes, often swiftly changing tempi and using dramatic climaxes. The album offers a fascinating musical journey, which is absorbing from start to finish with no weak points or senseless wandering. The level of musicianship is excellent and heart worming considering the young age of the musicians.

Adam Baruch, adambaruch.com

...the playing is telepathic and the many pieces mesh delightfully. The website mentions that this was a recording of first takes - good energy coming from high stakes! There is a lot to hear, here!

Paul Acquaro, Free Jazz Blog