Honored to have our track land at the vaunted Billboard Magazine’s “10 Cool New Pop Songs” column. Thanks, Billboard!
Check out me and Amon Drum of Analog Players Society on the SongFacts.com Podcast from early July 2021. Click here for a transcript.
Thanks to Bklyner.com for running this great review in their column “Best New Brooklyn Music + Live Choices 6/25 – 7/1.” “Analog Players Society + Masta Ace’s new single, “Home in America,” is one of those meetings of hip-hop and the music sometimes called “jazz,” that’s in the direct lineage of classics like Tribe Called […]
Check out this video podcast of me and Amon Drum talking about Analog Players Society
If you’ve ever been interested in how I approach making records, now’s your chance to get the low-down. I was asked by Downbeat Magazine to write about this very topic for their June 2021 issue.
Thanks very much to John F Moore for writing this story about me, Amon and Analog Players Society and the confluence of jazz and the boom-bap in the Spring 2021 issue of JAZZIZ MAGAZINE.
Thanks very much to Avery Logan and Postgenre.org for running this interview with me about the making of the two Analog Players Society records, TILTED, and Soundtrack for a Nonexistent Film.
Freebird, the new record by Walking Distance feat Jason Moran, produced and mixed by me, has been out now for a few months and has garnered quite a bit of praise. It was named to the “Top 20 Jazz records of 2018” by the New York Times. The Times also covered the record in their […]
On the heels of producing and mixing over thirty live records for SmallsLive, the record label of the New York jazz club Smalls, late last year I was asked by the magazine to write a story for their “Recording School” section on how to produce live jazz records. While my approach to producing isn’t much […]