PRESS

“A tight-knit gang that transforms every well-worn path into an adventurous route full of unexpected ambushes.”
ARMAND SERPENTI, Trouw

“And the result? New jazz. Jazz the way it’s meant to sound. As simple as that, a stone’s throw from our front door, immortalised on this brilliant CD.”
RINUS VAN DER HEIJDEN, Jazzenzo internet magazine

“This triumvirate has already won its spurs, and you can clearly hear that too. The trio plays with extraordinary tightness.”
RAKENDRA SMIT, Muziekwereld

“All three are capable of delectably confrontational solos, lyrical passages and impassioned diversions… emotionally engaging and cerebrally challenging.”
ARMAND SERPENTI, Trouw

” … where the events of the day effortlessly fade away in the dreamlike soundscapes of this group. Truly beautiful and enchanting.”
RAKENDRA SMIT, Muziekwereld

“It no longer matters whether this is jazz or world music… this music stands apart from superficial categories as it finds its way through the unending landscape of improvisation. One of today’s most intriguing bands.”
CONCERTZENDER RADIO

“Onno van Swigchem, Pieter Jan Cramer van den Bogaart and Dion Nijland lay down a powerful, bitter-sweet atmosphere.”
KOEN SCHOUTEN, De Volkskrant

“All three are composers, and the result is quite simply phenomenal.”
HOLLY MOORS, Moors magazine

“It has to be said that this is how new jazz ought to sound. Definitely worth the effort.”
ZEELANDNET

“The clear-cut coalescence of melody, rhythm and ambiance in the compositions and the remarkable combination of instruments make ‘Stromen’ a hugely attractive album.”
FRANK HUSER, JazzFlits

“The trio effortlessly integrate spiky jazz themes, crystal clear improvisations, tango and hot-blooded folk into a multi-faceted whole in which melody and swing have the upper hand.”
ROB HENDRIKS, Noord-Hollandse Courant

“A fantastic, enormously flexible trio. Music without vanity, not uncomplicated but still accessible. And played with flair and a palpable feel for swing.”
TON OUWEHAND, Tubantia newspaper

“The great thing is that this CD never sounds overproduced, and nowhere sounds histrionic.”
MAARTJE DEN BREEJEN, Het Parool