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Consider The Stars Beneath Us

by Noah Garabedian

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doon1 Fantastic album! Some of the best jazz on Bandcamp this year.
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Dan Levy This is an excellent album. If you've come this far, you will probably like it as much as I do.

Strong, unusual highly melodic compositions played by a stellar quartet. All the players are excellent and sympathetic to the material. Carmen Staaf is always a sure bet to show up big time and overflow with her singular style. Dayna Stephens really seems to get Garabedian's compositions and inspires with his generous spirit. Check it out! Favorite track: Shackleton's Cocoa.
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We are confronted with different paths daily. The choices that we make can be
beneficial, risky, anxiety-filled, or exciting, among other feelings. Consider The Stars Beneath Us
is a reminder that there are alternatives to our initial reactions; there is more than what is
immediately visible. Music is an act of participation, connection, and community. Music reflects what's happening in the world and in our hearts, processing and remixing these experiences into something new and illuminating. This album is an homage to our ancestors, future spirits, and future elders; it is a body of work that explores my own personal experience with loss. Music is both an escape and a reflection of reality. It is a way to get away from daily life while still being in it, enjoying it. Music contains the same emotional complexity we experience throughout our daily lives, and I encourage you to be open to those experiences as you listen to this music and as you go about your life. Music can help us understand what's going on in our
hearts and in our world because it reflects on life, processes life, remixes life, illuminates life through sound. Music is an act of participation—an act of connecting—an act of engaging—
with both ourselves and with others.

Consider The Stars Beneath Us shows us the many structures in our lives, and then asks us to examine how those structures hold us up and
support us. There can be beautiful escapes within, but music is as likely to remind us where we are as where we aren't.


released September 23, 2022

Noah Garabedian - Bass
Dayna Stephens - Tenor and Soprano Saxophones
Carmen Staaf - Piano
Jimmy Macbride - Drums
Samuel Adams - Effects, programming, additional recording, Moog Minitaur, Juno JU-06A

All Compositions by Noah Garabedian, except "Pendulum For NG" composed by Samuel Adams

Produced and edited by Samuel Adams
Recorded by David Stoller at Samurai Hotel Recording Studio
Mixed and Mastered by Dave Darlington, Bass Hit Recording

Album Design by Vicken Donikian


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