Daylight Savings (single) by Carsten Lindholm Trio, released June 2022 from Gateway Music. Jan Gunnar Hoff (Piano), Kristor Brødsgaard (Bass) & Carsten Lindholm (drums). Recorded live at Jazzhus Montmartre Copenhagen. Find more music by Carsten Lindholm here: https://carstenlindholm.dk/music/
Newest live studio video “Afrindian” from the Indispiration album now on YouTube.
About “Afrindian” Carsten tells us, that it is written and played in African inspired 6/8. The African 6/8 is combined with the Indian scales on Harmonium and focus is to give the Piano trio a dynamic expression.
If you already now the album and have listened to it you will notice, that on the album version there is no Harmonium but instead a flowing trumpet from German Thomas Siffling.
Click on link below to watch live video:
Jan Gunnar Hoff (Piano), Mark Lorenzen (Harmonium), Kristor Broedsgaard (Bass), Carsten Lindholm (Drums)
Fotoreportage af Carsten Lindholm Trio i Citizen Jazz denne uge!
It is always nice to see your concerts mentioned in high profiled magazines – and so we are happy to share, that this week a photo reportage from the concert in Caén 24th November has found its way to Citizen Jazz.
We thank Gérard Boisnel for the beautiful pictures and A. Lambert for the article – and of course, Citizen Jazz for bringing it.
Click here for Citizen Jazz photo reportage (in French)/Klik for link til fotoreportage
For your convenience, find the article translated to Danish &English below/Oversættelse nedenfor:
Caen’s teaters foyer, 24. november 2018.
Klaver-virtuosen og melodiske Mathias Grove Madsen, den elektriske bas og svingende Kristor Brødsgaard og de døsige trommer af Carsten Lindholm – fra Skandinavien til Boréales, Caen-festivalen i nordlige kulturer. Sidstnævnte tilbyder os, med sin trio, en nordjazz sommetider blandet med komplekse rytmer lært af indiske trommeslagere, en rig blanding af Orient og Nord.
Carsten Lindholm, trommer; Kristor Brødsgaard, bas; Mathias Grove Madsen, klaver.
The foyers of the theater of Caen, November 24, 2018.
The piano virtuoso and melodic Mathias Grove Madsen, the electric bass and swaying Kristor Brødsgaard, and the drowsy drums Carsten Lindholm, from Scandinavia for the Boréales, the Caen festival of northern cultures. The latter offers us, with his trio, a North jazz sometimes mixed with complex rhythms learned from Indian drummers, a rich and rich interbreeding between Orient and Septentrion.
Carsten Lindholm, drums; Kristor Brødsgaard, bass; Mathias Grove Madsen, piano.