A swell article about our friends, Syrinx Effect, in this month’s Earshot Jazz. Paul Rauch writes, “The intersection of saxophone, trombone, and an unexplored electronic canvas has provided an abstract poetic base to pursue textural and melodic outbursts, influenced by the ambient sounds of the world around them.”
The new album! The new album! A Sky You Could Strike a Match On. Here’s the link: http://www.syrinxeffect.com/bandcamp/
I think the best thing in this article was this bit, “Beyond breaking down genre barriers, Olson and Siegel are clearly seen as positive role models for young, aspiring female musicians, in a time when gender barriers appear to be falling in the jazz community.”
Check out our audio page to download the Syrinx Effect’s “Song for Dead Sparrow” written in response to Melinda Mueller’s poemThe After.