CHICAGO TRIBUNE REVIEW: Tendrils of Light by Howard Reich
One of the most unusual and appealing bands to spring up in Chicago of late, Flippomusic Globaljazz speaks a language of its own making—and a beguiling language it is. Part Arabic melody, part Asian harmony, part American boy ( and so on ), the band creates a sound, a texture and a brand as exotic as it is original.
All About Jazz, Italia: By Luca Corte Rappis
Born at the intersecting point of many cultures, the resulting jazz language has discovered how to gather the energies and exalt the qualities of each culture's music, succeeding where others have often failed.
Jazz Times - Spheres by Joseph Woodard
Chicago pianist/keyboardist David Flippo is hardly the first to combine jazz and world music, but his group Flippomusic Globaljazz is unorthodox in that it actually specializes in fusing jazz (both mainstream and avant-garde) with Middle Eastern, Asian, African, and Latin sounds