Thanks David Pulizzi and John Frederick Moore for your help!
The bass-less trio of Pericopes+1 brings a 21st-century influence to their album These Human Beings. It’s modern jazz that’s heavy on intelligent melody and spirited improvisation.
All the songs exhibit power and intention. Pericopes+1 also demonstrates a mastery of dynamics, creating steady climaxes that climb logically forward.
These Human Beings does make a statement, and that’s a good indication for this young group.
DAVID KUNIAN DOWNBEAT – USA
We are very happy to share with you a new review of our latest album, appeared on Downbeat Magazine. A big thanks to Mr. Kunian.
Cinzia Leoni from Italian “Radio Emilia Romagna” interviews Emiliano Vernizzi about Pericopes+1 upcoming fall tour.
BY PATRICE WILDING / the times tribune / Published: July 6, 2015
It’s been said that music is the universal language, which is good for Clarks Summit native Nick Wight since his bandmates live thousands of miles away and speak minimal English.
Now a Brooklyn, New York, resident, Mr. Wight plays drums in the international band Pericopes+1, which he described as a melting pot of musical styles rooted mostly in jazz.