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Steve Zieminski - Drums,  Jeff Cedrone - Guitar,
Paul McGuire - Soprano Sax, ,   Anne Rhodes - Voice,
Carl Testa - Bass / Bass Clarinet, Barry Seroff - Flutes
   Bob Gorry - Guitar

New Haven Improvisers Collective

Avant Progressive Chamber Punk Jazz!

is the new CD from the New Haven Improvisers Collective.   It
is the follow-up to the well received debut, Interference and it takes all the elements of that CD a step further and with more focus.  NHIC has its own language drawing on many sources with nods to jazz harmony and improvisation, structures from new art and classical music, raw energy and emotion from world folk styles and the fire of rock and roll. 

NHIC is a far-reaching collective of creative musicians forming into a particular group to play particular music in a particular moment.  NHIC is interaction, conflict, and harmony.

Some early notices about, Inflection

In "Inflection", the New Haven Improvisers Collective has created a recording that is challenging and accessible, adventurous and melodic, and edgy and rhythmical.
   - Richard Kamins, The Hartford Courant

The tune that got me grooving last week was "You Me Who" by the New Haven Improvisers Collective...  Nice work all around.
   - John Stoehr,  New Haven Advocate
A few notices about NHICs debut CD, Interference.

Inspired collective intelligence
  - Grego Applegate Edwards, Cadence Magazine

Artsy modern-musical fun.
  - Craig Matsumoto, KZSU, Stanford California

It's really good.  Top Notch
  - Craig Gilbert, Play Magazine
NHIC paints in a sonic form of Cubism that, through invention, fragmentation and rearrangement of form, simultaneously depicts many surprising, even revelatory facets of a piece as it unfolds in real time.
  - Owen McNally, The Hartford Courant

Very, very nice music.
   - Gérard Viols Radiojazz 34, France
One of the top 10 releases of 2008
   -David Utevsky: KBCS, Seattle
I’m really pleased with this New Haven Improvisers Collective disc, “Interference.”
  - DaveX, Startling Moniker, Illinois
The New Haven Improvisers Collective is a catalytic force in New Haven's burgeoning music scene  
  - Owen McNally, The Hartford Courant


Track List

1)  Schrödinger’s Wolverine (Gorry) 6:17
2)  You Me Who (Zieminski)
3)  Suspended in Amber (Cedrone) 12:19
4)  Riff Randell's Revenge  (Gorry)       2:14
5)  No Strings Attached (Gorry) 4:57

6) Roger and Out  (NHIC)

7) BCS Triac (Gorry, Testa, Zieminski)

8) Nordic Lines (Cedrone)