Audiograph, the debut album of New York based South American musicians Luiz Ebert and Fidel Cuellar is a collection of musical portraits. Featuring a powerful jazz quintet, Audiograph's sound is open and lyrical, playing with textures, layers, form and improvisation.

Inventive, soulful, and surprising, with an impressive attention to detail in the ensembles. (...) One foot planted firmly in the past while stepping nimbly into the future of jazz music with the other.
— Eric Alexander, celebrated jazz saxophonist
Audiograph is more than just a clever play on words (...) With six pieces delivered by a potent quintet (...) the set contains expressive performances with its robust horns and rich harmonies
— Mark F. Turner, All About Jazz
There is a lovely lyricism to the writing
— Alison Deane (concert pianist and CUNY faculty)
Simple and evocative sonic images
— Jorge Arévalo Mateus, Grammy-award winning producer
Gorgeous. Five parts of the same current. A river for all seasons.
— All About Jazz - "Download a Day" Editor (About "River")
Un lenguaje moderno que acaso recuerdan ecos del jazz europeo de vanguardia (...) el disco es fresco y es universal
— Rafael Serrano, Jazz La Hora
Best Instrumental Jazz Album, Best Song (River), Best CD Packaging

Best Instrumental Jazz Album, Best Song (River), Best CD Packaging


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