The Latest from Origin Records

Latest Releases

Benjamin Boone with the Ghana Jazz Collective
Origin 82800

Thomas Marriott
Origin 82798

Christopher Icasiano
Origin 82796

Andrea Brachfeld
Origin 82795

Purna Loka Ensemble
Origin 82794

Hal Galper Trio
Origin 82793

David Friesen Circle 3 Trio
Origin 82792

Michael Zilber
Origin 82791

Kiki Valera
Origin 82790

Rodney Whitaker
Origin 82789

Dan McCarthy
Origin 82788

Peterson-Kohler Collective
Origin 82787

Oscar Hernandez & Alma Libre
Origin 82786

Corey Christiansen
Origin 82785

New York Voices
Origin 82784

Xavier Lecouturier
Origin 82783


Up-Coming Origin/OA2 Artist Streaming Concerts:

Sunday, March 22: Sarah Partridge

Monday, March 23: Greta Matassa Trio (details coming soon)

REPLAY: Greta Matassa Quintet Live Stream

Greta Matassa Live Stream

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All About Jazz feature on Origin Records

Origin Records: Creating Opportunities And Community

Origin Records' own John Bishop and Matt Jorgensen were interviewed for a feature at All About Jazz highlighting some of the memorable recordings over the past two decades.

Being musicians first and foremost, the urge to find opportunities outside of the comfort zone and to always say "yes" is, for better or worse, in our DNA. The label is the most obvious result of that. - John Bishop

Read the entire article at All About Jazz!

Scott Reeves featured in Downbeat

Scott Reeves

Composer and trombonist Scott Reeves is featured in Downbeat Magazine in conjunction with, Without a Trace, his new release on Origin.

It wasn't until trombonist/alto flugelhornist Scott Reeves moved to New York City in 1999 that he began to compose and arrange at the level he'd always envisioned.

"I'm either a late bloomer or a slow learner," he joked after the May 12 release concert for Without A Trace (Origin), his second big band album, at Smalls. Or maybe he's the best kind of bandleader—one who's learned how to do it all.

Read the full article here.

Jeff Baker Review: Voices of Love, Loss, Happiness and Desire

Jeff Baker

from Step Tempest:
Honestly, I have been returning to listen to the latest album from singer and songwriter Jeff Baker since it arrived at the beginning of 2018. "Phrases" (Oa2 Records) is a 76-minute program that, on initial listens, struck me as a series of vignettes on love and loss as if Baker was working his way through a dark time.

Read the full review here.

Downbeat: Danny Green's Work Filters Through Latin, Classical Music

Danny Green

from Downbeat Magazine:
Danny Green's longstanding trio with fellow San Diego residents Justin Grinnell (bass) and Julien Cantelm (drums) was founded in 2010. One Day It Will (OA2), Green's fifth album as a leader, was released in late April and features his troupe supported by a batch of strings.

The pianist recently spoke to DownBeat about his connection to classical and Latin music, and how that's influenced his work in the jazz world.

Read the full article here.


The story of a Harvard-educated Orthodontist giving it all up to become a singular jazz vocalist was enough for an editor at Oprah's "O" Magazine, who immediately got on the phone with our own Gail Pettis.

The result is a one-page feature in the October issue of O, on newsstands now and just in time for the new pressings of Gail's two critically-acclaimed albums - May I Come In? and Here in the Moment.





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