"a highly distinctive style"
"calming and centered collection of compositions."
“Really beautiful from deep ambient to ambient Americana...intense but contemplative intuitive interplay…”
“pastoral acoustic bliss.”
- John Diliberto, Echoes Radio (NPR,Public Radio International)
“It’s that sensation of awe-inspired tranquility that guides the music on this disc, one of distant horizons and airy, windswept melodies. The duo harness a palette of sounds that are refreshingly organic in this age of industrialization.”
- Downbeat (4 STARS)
"...puts together the unlikely combination of jazz, folk, ambient, and space music... the results are full of subtle beauty and unsuspected depths."
- The Brooklyn Rail
"Endless Field gives new meaning to the term “genre-resistant music.” It is at once ambient music, jazz music, pop music, and yet to call it any one of these things alone would fail to capture the breadth of this group. Guitarist Jesse Lewis and bassist Ike Sturm have crafted a musical dimension all their own. It is simple and complex, accessible and challenging, anthemic and introverted...Listening to its self-titled debut album is a 45-minute journey to another world."
- Zeal NYC
10.25.17 Cornelia Street Cafe, NYC - double bill with Nadje Noordhuis/James Shipp Duo
5.28.17 Eidsvoll, Norway
5.29.17 Modum, Norway
6.1.17 Rome, Italy - premiere of new work by J.J. Wright
6.28.17 Belmont, NH
7.18.17 55 Bar, NYC - featuring Theo Bleckmann
8.3.17 Shapeshifter Lab, Brooklyn
7.20.17 Burlington, VT
7.21.17 Hanover, NH
9.1.17 8pm and 9:30pm Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village, NYC
9.20.17 Twins Jazz Club - Washington, D.C.
Photos by Christopher Georgia in Acadia National Park