Newvelle Records is excited to be sharing the first record of their Second Season with members now. Irmãos de Fé featuring John Patitucci, Yotam Silberstein and Rogério Boccato is a truly beautiful and unique recording of all Brazillian music
|Rogério Boccato, John Patitucci and Yotam Silberstein © Jordan Kleinman|
What if it's about the song?
There is a paradox in the regional specificity of these songs and their overwhelming universal truth. Music that speaks not just across languages but through a deeper medium. These songs are not conveyances for improvisational flights of fancy. John, Yotam and Rogerio bring their considerable gifts and unique voices to express the song, and the song alone, and perhaps that is the higher calling.
– excerpted from the liner notes by Elan Mehler
The second release of Season Two features Lionel Loueke and Kevin Hays showing some super-human telepathy on an album of all original material. Check out a sample on the In The Studio page.
Our third release of Season Two is a band led by Jon Cowherd, featuring Brian Blade, Tony Scherr and Steve Cardenas. Check out a sample on the In The Studio page.
John Patitucci Trio Featuring Yotam Silberstein and Rogerio Boccato
Kevin Hays and Lionel Loueke Duo
Jon Cowherd Quartet featuring Steve Cardenas, Tony Scherr and Brian Blade
Chris Tordini Trio featuring Becca Stevens and Greg Ruggerio
Aruán Ortiz revisiting the music of the great Cuban classical composers
Rufus Reid Trio with Steve Allee and Duduka Da Fonseca and featuring the Sirius Quartet
All of Newvelle's covert and interior photographs for Season Two come from the French Collective Tendance Floue.
Newvelle's Recording Engineer on all six records is the multi-Grammy winning Marc Urselli.
Mastering engineer is by Alex Deturk.
Jim Hoppin and Sarah Enid Hagey shot video at these sessions.
All video editing is by the award-winning Ben Chace.
Jordan Kleinman shoots all studio photos.
The web team is run by Aymeric Auberger.
Social Media management by Jessye Mehler.
Newvelle is run by: Elan Mehler and Jean-Christophe Morisseau.