Post Tagged with: "Anne Mette Iversen"

Anne Mette Iversen Quartet – The Milo Songs (2011)

When I think of all the members of the young, exciting roster that the fledgling Brooklyn Jazz Underground Jazz Records has in its ranks, one of the first names I think of is Anne Mette Iversen. She is a serious talent at both acoustic bass and compositions.

A Look At Ten Future Female Jazz Stars

by Pico Maybe you’ve noticed the trend and maybe you haven’t, but there sure seems to be a whole lot more of the fairer sex among up-and-coming jazz players. I’ve found myself covering a lot more jazz records by female artists lately, and it hasn’t been by design; there are simply more records by women artists that deserve—and sometimes demand—discussion.Read More

Quickies: Three From Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records

For this installment of Quickies, the inaugural releases of a new label dedicated to presenting the music of talented up and coming jazz musicians are highlighted. These musicians are all members of an artist collective, the Brooklyn Jazz Underground, and this spring saw the launching of the collective’s Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records. BJU Records’ mission statement goes like this: “BrooklynRead More