Tag Archives: Sebastian Krueger
An interesting and thoughtful review from Glenn Astarita in AllAboutJazz.com. Thanks Glenn! “Ergo’s modus operandi is not easily categorized, which is a good thing. A mark of distinction pervades throughout these compositions, partly engineered with budding layers, climactic opuses, subtle … Continue reading
A great review from the venerable Jazz Times and Bill Milkowski- “From the droning, Terry Riley-inspired loops of “Sorrows of the Moon” to the exquisite music-box pointillism of “Two for Joy” and the free-jazz vehicle “Little Shadow,” nothing is predictable … Continue reading
Here’s a German review of “If Not Inertia” from www.babyblaue-seiten.de, which I gather from google translate is generally positive. http://www.babyblaue-seiten.de/index.php?content=review&left=genre&albumId=12365&genre=31
Here’s a new, quite in depth and generally positive review of If Not Inertia recently received from pointofdeparture.org: “If Not Inertia is never hurried or brash and willingly sacrifices what is often received as intensity in favor of a depth … Continue reading
here is the review from February’s issue of the NYC Jazz Record: If Not Inertia Ergo (Cuneiform) by Kurt Gottschalk On their two previous releases, the outfit known as Ergo has fine-tuned an unusual and evocative mix of tautness and … Continue reading
Here’s a five minute documentary about the recording session and process of making the new Ergo record, If Not Inertia, from Cuneiform Records. Many thanks to Donya Ravasani who filmed and edited it.