Hempton Band in Arty Noir Masterpiece!

It's been action central here at Catch and Release HQ, which should really mean lots of posts on this blog. Unfortunately most of the goings-on are unsuitable for broadcast. So instead we bring you BY FAR the coolest video we've ever been a part of. Our resident videographer, the all-around awesome Una, growing tired of … Continue reading Hempton Band in Arty Noir Masterpiece!

Get Caught Up With Catch Up!

Tune #7 is entitled "Catch Up", and it's now up on the grid! Have a listen to the clip below, and if you dig it, pick it up from iTunes- it'll cost you a dollar! (And don't forget to tell your friends…) iTunes: Catch Up Amazon: Catch Up Here's what the good folks at Something … Continue reading Get Caught Up With Catch Up!

An Internet First: Cat Pictures!!

Tune #7 went down a couple of weeks ago, and as usual, the fabulous Una was on the scene, trusty camera in hand, to show why music is not a visual medium. But Minnow the cat's a looker isn't she??

Track #5- “Target Practice”- is here!

Here’s track five- on time this time! It’s called Target Practice, and features Dan Aran at the drums, Tadataka Unno on piano, and Dave Baron at the bass. Have a listen and let me know what you think. If you dig the tune, buy it for a dollar! (iTunes link is below) iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/target-practice-single/id957592753 Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00S66GBW6

Track #5, “Target Practice”, In Black and White

Happy New Year! The silly season's out of the way for another year, the headaches have subsided, and here at Catch and Release HQ we've kicked out the squatters and cleaned the stains off the ceiling. And we're back on the blog! Tune #5, entitled "Target Practice", comes out this Thursday! The release date took … Continue reading Track #5, “Target Practice”, In Black and White

The Third Degree in moving pictures!

Our third little bundle of jazz is out in the world, and seems to be making friends. It's quickly become our most popular tune on iTunes, thanks, probably entirely, to the participation of our man Peter Bernstein. Not just one of my favourite musicians, Peter is also a generous, modest, supportive dude. The session was … Continue reading The Third Degree in moving pictures!