I am totally into this video series from Quinsin Nachoff


Quinsin Nachoff is providing some excellent video accompaniment to his outstanding new release Path of Totality.  There will be six in total.  Three are out so far, and that’s what we’ve got for you today.

First up is a video featuring the work of Lee Hutzulak.  It’s set to the album track “Bounce,” and includes guest musician Jason Barnsley on a 1924 Kimball Theatre organ.

By the way, we’ve featured the work of Lee Hutzulak on a couple of occasions.

On the second video, the animation is the work of Anne Beal, and features the album’s title-track, “Path of Totality.”

And for the third of today’s videos, it’s a film by Udo Prinsen, featuring the song “Splatter.”  In addition to the core ensemble, guest David Travers-Smith performs on a whole bunch of different keyboards.

And don’t forget to check out my write-up of Path of Totality, which was included in the February Best Jazz on Bandcamp column.  Or, if you just want skip all the words and go straight to the music, give it a listen (and purchase it) on the Whirlwind Recordings Bandcamp page.  It’s also on Amazon, if you’re into that kind of thing.