New Review for "A Dark and Stormy Day"

New review in Elmore Magazine for Alessandro Fadini's "It Was a Dark and Stormy Day"

After studying math and algorithms throughout Europe, Italian born pianist/composer Alessandro Fadini realized New York was in his blood and, in 2011, made the city his home. He’s toured and and done sessions and found a few intuitively groove knowledgeable henchmen to record this very solid and recommended debut. Fadini finds solace and rhythm left of middle C
— Mike Jurkovic (Elmore Magazine)

Luke Markham Group Recording @ Rose Studios


Back at Rose Studios today in Brooklyn and this time its for my debut album recording as a bandleader! Had a really great session with very inspiring musicians.  Got about 10 tracks done in as many hours. Including originals by each member of the group.

 

Alessandro Fadini on keys

Cory Sterling on guitar

Dan Martinez on bass

Setup for today's session. Including the first time my pad controller setup will be recorded as a live drum machine.

Setup for today's session. Including the first time my pad controller setup will be recorded as a live drum machine.


Next step is LOTS of mixing. Stay tuned for snippets, teasers, and the full release before you know it!

Beautiful diffuser wall in the engineering room at Rose Studios.

Beautiful diffuser wall in the engineering room at Rose Studios.

"A Dark and Stormy Day" by Alessandro Fadini now available everywhere!

I'm incredibly proud to announce that, at long last, "A Dark and Stormy Day" by Alessandro Fadini is available for streaming/purchase though all major online music retailers.  

I consider myself very honored to have been a part of this project.  These are some of the most incredible musicians I've worked with during my time in New York and Aleks is has become one of my closest friends and musical allies. 

Seems like just yesterday but believe it or not, we recording this album over the course of two days last summer. Below is the teaser video. After that, links for purchase and the Spotify play button! I urge you to purchase a physical copy, if possible.  A lot of hard work went into this album and it's a great way to repay a musician as dedicated to pushing the culture of jazz forward as Alessandro is.

Below is the Spotify play button. Enjoy!