New Releases from Tzadik

Out on Tzadik:

Borah Bergman Trio

Feldman / Caine / Cohen / Baron

Jamie Saft
Black Shabbis

Ori Dakari

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MTO Review

Din of Inequity, the first Sex Mob album
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Steven Bernstein‘s MTO is reviewed.

Trumpeter Steven Bernstein loves to bring different aspects of music together in the bands he leads, whether it is the mix of Jewish music and jazz in the series of albums he has led for Tzadik, or the unclassifiable genre bending of Sex Mob, Bernstein is like a fine chef adding ingredients and looking for a new flavor combination. MTO is a large ensemble that combines the swing history of Kansas City jazz from the 20’s and 30’s with modern jazz and dashes of R&B and pop music.

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Performances Reviews

Review of MTO

Steven Bernstein’s Millennial Territory Orchestra grab a review.

Trumpeter and arranger Steven Bernstein might be the hardest working man in music these days. Just these last few years he has garnered a Grammy nomination (for Sexotica by his band Sex Mob) and a Annie nomination for scoring a children’s TV series; released an album under John Zorn‘s Tzadik label; scored some Laurel & Hardy flicks; arranged on albums by Rufus Wainright, Marianne Faithfull, Linda Thompson and Darlene Love; played as member in Levon Helm’s Midnight Ramble band; served as musical director for Hal Willner’s show, and much more.

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