I just learned at a party last night I have a record out with great reviews…in typical jazz style we recorded it about 3 years ago and it is finally release. Track 2 is actually great. Have to share the review-
“Free improve from the Downtown NYC scene. Several things here are different from any freeprov material I’ve heard before. Haas plays the shofar (ram’s horn) and the raita (Moroccan oboe). Fiorino plays the lotar (Moroccan lute). All of this adds new and intriguing horn colors to any improve music I’ve heard before. But it’s Theodoratus’ electric harp more than anything that stamps the sound of this band on the memory. It sometimes sounds like a strange variation on that stereotypical harp music used on tv shows to cue a flashback. That, and a half-dozen other things you wouldn’t expect out of a harp, electric or not. It fits hand-in-glove with the band’s swirling, almost chaotic semi-noise. Post-tribal, very hypnotic but pre-mental breakdown, this is music that renders listener psychoactive plant use redundant. Recommended for the tense and adventurous.”
Richard Grooms, The Improvisor
Back I go to my metronome to work on my Adam & Mia set for Palihouse in LA, CA.