HABITABLE EXOMUSICS trilogy

Details are starting to settle for the upcoming HABITABLE EXOMUSICS trilogy:

Kinetics (the path) – habitable exomusics vol I
J.A. + Adam Pultz Melbye + Anders Vestergaard. ILK244CD. Recorded at The Village. Release June 26th, 2015

Statics (the map) – habitable exomusics vol II
J.A. Solo. ILK245CD. Recorded at Rainbow Studio. Release August 21st, 2015

Dynamics (the terrain) – habitable exomusics vol III
ILK246CD. Details to be reveiled soon. Release September 25th, 2015

All on ILK. First two albums of the trilogy are already mixed and mastered.
See also the new Habitable Exomusics site, link is found in the menu above. Stay tuned for further details.

BLOG om udviklingsprojekt (in Danish)

Under overskriften “SE DEN KUNSTNERISKE UDVIKLING OVER SKULDEREN” blogger Jacob Anderskov for tiden løbende om sit kunstneriske udviklingsvirksomheds-projekt på RMC, “HABITABLE EXOMUSICS”. Følg med på dette [LINK til BLOGGEN].
UK: Blog is partly in Danish, some of it is in English, more to be published and/or translated to English – stay tuned.

Fall Calendar update + new Bio site

Fall 2014 Calendar now updated again.
Includes an exiting blend of “Strings..” live concerts as well as a series of solo concerts, ending with a solo recording at Rainbow Studio.
Also, 2 “2nd & 3rd time ever” remakes of “Impressions of Radiohead”, live, Cph in november.
Further info at the Calendar site. See you out there…
… and: new BIO page in the about section

Fall 2014 Calendar now updated

Fall 2014 Calendar now updated. Includes an exiting blend of “Strings..” live concerts as well as a series of solo concerts, ending with a solo recording at Rainbow Studio. Further info at the Calendar site. See you out there…

Down Beat review

Nice review in Down Beat, April ’14 issue, of Jacob Anderskov:Strings, Percussion & Piano:

“Danish pianist-composer Jacob Anderskov has done the aesthetics-challenged world of so-called chamber jazz a huge favor with his latest album. A beautifully conceived set of music for an ensemble for three string players and piano and drums… Known commodities and concepts are reconsidered here. … at once earthy and cerebral. Throughout, the pianist’s own technical and expressive powers come through in measured, restrained doses. On this project, the leader surrenders to a dialogue of parts and a conceptualized whole, rather than seizing the solo spotlight. His role as composer and ensemble architect is paramount here. The results are impressive and gently groundbreaking.” **** (4 stars) —Josef Woodard, Down Beat, April 2014.

For full review, see:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4353067/DB_Strings_review_1404_66.pdf