Monday October 30, 8pm, @RAJ: Badgasse 7, Klagenfurt, austria
Jaimie Branch - Trumpet | John Schroeder - Guitar
Jason Roebke - Bass | Wolfgang Reisinger - drums
Admission: € 15/12 / Students € 9
"Improvisation with changing approaches and perspectives is at the center of our musical interests."
"The second set quartet matching Austrian drummer, Wolfgang Reisinger, with locals Jason Roebke on doublebass, Paul Giallorenzo on piano / synthesizer and now-Baltimorean Jaimie deep-fat-fryer oil spit and hot, and even getting a real mean and shocking with villainous blasts. All that spit and breathe like a sea mammal breaching the surface to exhale after a long swim and coming up all bright and slippery, her solo an extraordinary growl of mad cauldron spoils. Instead of grinding spices to just sprinkle a little into a dish.
"... This is the best way to get the best out of the world
really mean and shocking with villainous blasts. All that spit and breath was like a sea mammal
The best way to get the best out of the world is to have a good time
an extraordinary growl of mad cauldron spoils. Instead of grinding spices to just sprinkle a little into
a dish, these four were using the whole seeds to season. "
2015 US tour in the quartet with Paul Giallorenzo on the piano.
In 2016 John Schröder becomes a member of the band.
"Large or small, straight or jagged, restless and nervous, or quiet and balanced.
Sometimes the chord mountains go over to a ring of disparate melodic rocker, sometimes shifts
the time-management ... John Schröder is an amazing musician. " (The time online)
"In a generation crowded with trumpet talent, Jaimie Branch has
emerged in recent years as a unique voice capable of transforming
" ( Cisco Bradley), " It's not the same thing. "
"With his precise intonation, woody tone, keen sense of time,
and top-notch improvisational skills, bassist Jason Roebke
(Chicago Jazz) "is the title of the article.
"His unique style and wide musical range made Wolfgang Reisinger Austria's leading drummer
and one of the most significant European percussion instrumentalists. His expression reaches from
(Music Information Center, Austria)