freshmms.icu maddyson and cake.
https://streamsex.desi accurate slit is licked coarse.

Press

“If their goal is to make jazz music interesting and unpredictable, they’ve achieved it.” – Jade Blackmore, BlogCritics

“It’s the musical equivalent of a Cubist painting, taking elements and rearranging them in unusual and sometimes grating juxtapositions.” – Jade Blackmore, BlogCritics

“And therein lies the beauty of this band, where humor comingles with a serious love for the music.” – Mike Shanley, JazzTimes

“In the 1990s, Blondie’s Debbie Harry performed and recorded as part of the giddily unclassifiable, quasi – vaudevillian Jazz Passengers.” – nbcnewyork.com

“This magic can only exist when musicians enjoy a nearly indescribable intuition, coupled with the cohesiveness that comes with longevity. ” – James McQuiston, NeuFutur.com

“At its root, this jazz is fun and easy to love. ” – Jen Hoyer, See Magazine

“Picking up where they left off, this vivacious studio session juxtaposes mellifluous crooning, adventurous post – bop and stylistic eclecticism with irrepressible charm and sophisticated humor.” – Troy Collins, All About Jazz

“Featuring the return of guitarist Marc Ribot and guest appearances by Elvis Costello and Deborah Harry, Reunited recalls the Jazz Passengers Knitting Factory – era heyday, when their insouciant blend of absurdity and virtuosity provided a “real” jazz alternative for those raised on a steady diet of Lower East Side noise from luminaries like Arto Lindsay and John Zorn.” – Troy Collins, All About Jazz

“Given that jazz can easily slip into the realm of the too serious, the return of the Jazz Passengers with their gonzo attitude and slightly off – kilter tunes is to be celebrated.” – David Kunian, Offbeat

“Jazz has always had satirists, but the members of New York’s Jazz Passengers are particularly adept at instilling whimsy into their performances, underscoring it with the sort of musicality that prevents the group from becoming a mere novelty.” – John Murph, Song of the Day

“Reunited is a nugget of gold for jazz fans or for anyone who digs off beat joy in music.” – Will Layman, Pop Matters

REVIEWS – Still Life With Trouble

Downbeat Magazine – Still Life With Trouble review –  4.5 stars May 2017 

New York Times – Pop, Rock and Jazz in NYC This Week, March 24, 2017

The New Yorker – Goings On About Town, March 23, 2017

WBGO Take Five Nate Chinen Review, March 2017

New York City Jazz Record, March 2017

WNYC Gig Alert posted 3/27/17 – Jazz Passengers at Roulette

 

PHOTOS