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Vinyl Sale – Inside Voices + Outside Choices

Two beautiful sounding black 150 gram vinyl records! Beautiful looking full color jackets and sleeve art! Includes download codes for BOTH records! Shrink-wrapped for your protection! On sale now on our Bandcamp – here! Dan Nettles: guitar Jacob Wick: trumpet Peter Van Huffel: alto saxophone Greg Sinibaldi: tenor & baritone saxophone Robby Handley: bass Marlon […]

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Raum und Zeit für weit gefaste Spielfreuden (A German review from 2006 unearthed)

Montag abend, etwas später, eigentlich ist jetzt einer der Höhepunkte in der Hamburger Jazzwoche angesagt: Montags abends also trifft sich die Szene in Altona, in dem freundlichen Hinterhofclub Planet Subotnik in der Großen Brunnenstraße, um sich zunächst – quasi als Werkstattbericht – das Neueste von einer der jungen Hamburger Bands anzuhören, und anschließend in der […]

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Inside Voices Album Art in the Works

Artwork drafts for Inside Voices arriving every few days! Really fantastic work by Ryan White, a Vienna-based print and web designer. The collages include images of my grandmother, Grace Nettles,   my ancestor, Captain B.F. Pond,   and one of my mom’s favorite songbirds, the wood thrush. Watching this stuff take shape is always a thrill. […]

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420 Easter Show

Kenosha Kid 420 psychedelic Easter service, Sunday, April 20 The World Famous To celebrate Easter and 4/20, improv gurus Kenosha Kid performed music alongside very special mystical texts recorded, read or curated by Jim White, Thayer Sarrano and Jay Gulley and more.

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Last Mix

Last mix session for Inside Voices! Dan, Robby and Marlon put the finishing touches on the soon-to-be-released, epic double-vinyl record called Inside Voices! You’ll be hearing a lot about all that soon…

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An Oldie but a Goodie

Revisiting an awesome article by Philip Buchan… a definite favorite! Who doesn’t want to get compared to Wayne Shorter, Kenny Wheeler, The Meters, Miles and the opposite of the weather-channel-soprano-sax guy (whose name I won’t mention)? “…far from the trite one-world jam-rock or postmodern schtick that such a mishmash of genres suggests. Piercing melodies – […]

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