Blues People begins with an assault on the senses – heavy guitar sets the tone for what will be an excursion into the mind of Logan Richardson.
One of the reasons, why I wanted to record this material, was that i wanted to capture the moment, when the flow of music overtakes the rules and well-thought structures, as I consider these moments the best and the most essential for any kind of art, but especially for jazz
"...Impressive debut that does far more than merely impress. There's some great music on offer here, and Osypov and his young bandmates are definitely names to keep an eye on in the future"
In Shaping Motions, jazz blends together effortlessly with elements of classical music and folk, producing a rich sound that both reflects Olga’s vast musical background and creates a space for interaction and improvisation. Together with her Berlin based quartet, Olga paints the motions that have shaped her life, as well as those that are yet to come.
The thoughtfully measured yet crunchy, reactionary guitar styling of Igor Osypov adds to the yin-and-yang rapport between him and Drews, often expressed as one color throughout the melodic statements and as black and white in the solos.
BABYLON BERLIN MUSIC FROM THE ORIGINAL TV SERIES
Ingenious soundtrack accompanying the outstanding 16-episode TV-series invites to a panoptic experience of 1920's Berlin.Chanson, the classic Lied-form of Weimar Republic and pop merge on the 19-track-CD into an ecstatic soundtrack, combining songs by the Bryan Ferry Orchestra, Nikko Weidemann & Mario Kamien and German Chansonnier Tim Fischer.
Rathaus Ramblers have recorded a set of classic swing gems in high fidelity setting a standard while portraying the high-energy-old-time-love-jazz music for which the band is known.