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Recent Releases

The EitherOrchestra
Release Date
10/08/10
"[They] take totally serious music and make it fun... the sense of groove and joy is overpowering." –Mark Saleski, somethingelsereviews "...a warmth and good humor that makes the music immediately accessible...fabulous musicians, performing terrific music with great creative skill." –Bruce Lindsay, allaboutjazz.com
earlmacdon
Artist
Release Date
10/05/10

Innovative, forward-thinking original works for 17-piece jazz orchestra.

Due East
Artist
Release Date
10/05/10

Due East performs music by composers, John Allemeier, Jeff Herriott, Mark Engebretson, David Maki, Carl Schimmel, Alejandro Rutty.

Sirius Quartet
Album
Release Date
09/20/10
Sirius Quartet's second album, featuring compositions by violinists Gregor Huebner and Fung Chern Hwei, former cellist, Mike Block, special guests Rubin Kodheli and Dave Taylor, and introducing current cellist, Jeremy Harman.
robreddy
Album
The Book Of The Storm
Artist
Release Date
09/18/10

"Dense and uncompromising, yet accessible and infinitely rewarding, The Book of the Storm is Reddy's most fully realized work yet, a high water mark in an ever expanding discography."
—Troy Collins, AllAboutJazz.com

wdahlgren
Artist
Release Date
09/15/10
Brian Moran
Artist
Release Date
09/15/10

Recorded live at Yoshi's, Jack London Square, Oakland CA. 

With special guests Jovino Santos Neto (piano, accordion), and Brian Rice (percussion)

Ryan Cohan Sextet
Album
Release Date
09/14/10
nollerjer
Album
Artist
Release Date
09/13/10

Announcing the release of Music Notes, the debut album from drummer/composer Jeremy Noller. Charting a distinctly accessible intersection between contemporary jazz and traditional West African rhythms, Noller taps players from NYC’s diverse musical realms to perform original compositions and arrangements.

Asian American Orchestra
Release Date
09/11/10

Recorded live at Yoshi's Jazz Club in San Francisco and Oakland, CA, the latest CD by the Asian American Orchestra showcases North Indian instruments and African percussion in new arrangements of classic Coltrane compositions.