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Jason Roebke
In The Interval
Avant-garde Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Free Improvisation, Free Jazz
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1 Part One 22:37
2 Part Two 6:18

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  • Recorded At – Experimental Sound Studio
  • Mixed At – belAir Sound Studio
  • Mastered At – belAir Sound Studio


  • Design – Jonathan Crawford
  • Double Bass – Jason Roebke
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Todd A. Carter*
  • Recorded By – Alex Inglizian


Recorded ... March 21, 2010.

In the Interval by Jason Roebke, released 31 May 2011 1. Part 1 2. part 2 "The disc, named In the Interval is a solo recording made up of two pieces, one lasting twenty-two minutes, the second just six. What is the connection to Roy East? Well Roebke’s first track opens with a single resounding low note pluck from his bass, which is then followed by fifty seconds of silence before another single, higher note, and a few scratches and scrabbles appears. There is then another long pause, during which we might here the sounds of the room, the creak of the bass as Roebke leans against it, not. Got it. + add. album.

Double Bass – Jason Roebke. Recorded by Alex Inglizian at Experimental Sound Studio March 21, 2010. Mixed & Mastered by Todd A. Carter /Belair. Design by Johnathan Crawford.

In music theory, an interval is the difference in pitch between two sounds. An interval may be described as horizontal, linear, or melodic if it refers to successively sounding tones, such as two adjacent pitches in a melody, and vertical or harmonic if it pertains to simultaneously sounding tones, such as in a chord. In Western music, intervals are most commonly differences between notes of a diatonic scale. The smallest of these intervals is a semitone.

Listen to music from Jason Roebke like Northern Cross, Cuttlefish & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jason Roebke. Avant-garde bassist Jason Roebke was raised in Kaukauna, WI, and he began playing bass at age 14. After graduating from Lawrence University, he moved to Madison, WI, to study with Chicago jazz legend Roscoe Mitchell. He earned a master's degree from the University of Michigan in 1998, then briefly taught at Albion College before moving to Chicago the following year.

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Shows by that group have become infrequent since two of its members, trombonist Jeb Bishop and alto saxophonist Greg Ward, moved away from Chicago. Ward's residence in New York is also the reason that Roebke's other band, a quartet called the Jason Roebke Combination, doesn't play much either-a real shame based on its eponymous debut album, released by the bassist himself this past summer. I am thinking of streams of material that come in and out and sometimes overlap. I always want to make my solo pieces rich and full sounding while keeping the idea of one person playing, and the thinness of that, as two ideas that compete in some, hopefully, compelling wa.

Jason Roebke: Combination by Eyal Hareuveni, published on June 5, 2014. Chicagoan double bassist Jason Roebke has developed a distinct sound of his own, intensely physical, audacious and highly rhythmical. He leads and plays in bands on both sides of the Atlantic, including the trans-Atlantic The Whammies dedicated to the music of Steve Lacy, and drummer Mike Reed's People, Places and Things. Roebke's debut recording of his new quartet Combination introduces an alien sonic variable into the well-tested equation of the post-bop, free jazz trio