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Outside in Music Volume 3: Live at Pinch Recording

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Outside in Music

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

1. Solace 2. Duelers Dance 3. Existing Conditions 4. Instead I'll Try to Be... 5. Temporary June 6. Mudmen's Revenge 7. Zelda

Personnel

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Michael Thomas (Terraza Big Band- One Day Wonder), trombonist Nick Finzer (Hear & Now, Live in NYC), pianist Chris Ziemba (Manhattan Lullaby), bassist Dave Baron (Introducing Dave Baron), drummer Jeremy Noller (NOLLER/SYLLA), saxophonist Roxy Coss (Quintet), saxophonist Owen Broder (Cowboys & Frenchmen; Rodeo, Bluer Than You Think), Lucas Pino (Lucas Pino’s No Net Nonet; That’s a Computer, The Answer is No), trombonist Jimmy O'Connell (Arrythmia), saxophonist Andrew Gould (First Things First), trombonist Nick Grinder (Farallon), saxophonist Brian Krock (Big Heart Machine, Liddle), saxophonist Caleb Wheeler Curtis (New Year), bassist André Carvalho (Garden of Earthly Delights), tenor saxophonist Paul Jones (Clean), drummer Dan Pugach (Dan Pugach Nonet), and guitarist Gabriel Vicéns (Coming Back).

Album Description

NEW YORK CITY, NY: Jazz record label and media company Outside in Music launches its third iteration of the “Outside in Experience” in collaboration with Long Island City Recording Studio Pinch Recording. The “Outside in Experience” is a label showcase that features bandleaders from the label’s rapidly growing catalog of jazz’s brightest up and comers from all different corners of the scene. “Outside in Music Live at Pinch Recording” (OiM 1927) provides seven original compositions from seven bandleader/composers on the Outside in Music roster, recorded live at Long Island City recording studio Pinch Recording. The project is a collaboration between OiM and Pinch to feature the artistry of the composers and feature new additions to the studio’s arsenal of equipment to be able to capture acoustic jazz at its best. “I’m committed to creating a platform for our artists to be able to share their art with the world on a more regular basis” commented label founder Nick Finzer. “To stay relevant in today’s rapidly moving social media culture, we have to keep up with the times by releasing content at the speed that audiences want to consume music. One album every few years simply won’t cut it anymore.” This ambitious plan has lead to three sessions over the last three years that feature the musicians from the label’s roster collaborating with one another sharing their compositions both new and reimagined for this one-day only session. “It’s a really special thing to get so many great artists in one place” says Finzer “the spirit of the music truly comes alive when we’re all working together towards a common goal, helping realize each other’s artistic visions.” OiM Live at Pinch recording yielded seven original compositions and will be released as a digital-only Album available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Bandcamp et al, on August 9th, 2019. Additionally, each composition will be featured on social media across YouTube, Facebook and Instagram as live-in-studio videos available each week via Outside in Music’s media channels


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