Tim Daisy, Terrie Hessels & Dave Rempis
"Proceeds raised from sales of this recording will go toward a cause recommended by Dave, the "Keep Fendika Grooving" GoFundMe campaign, which is raising donations to help support the Fendika Cultural Center (fendika.org). "
Twenty Minute Cliff
"No triage needed here – as the group blows into the room with a sound that's boldly beautiful, and really demonstrates the improvising skills of all three members at their best – Dave Rempis on alto and tenor, Jason Ajemian on bass, and Tim Daisy on drums – all musicians who've really grown a lot in a short space of time! The sound is wonderful – with fuller moments balanced by great subtlety that really seems to be opened by Ajemian's bass, which also encourages some of the gentler, more personal sounds from Rempis – and nicely restrained sonic pulses from Daisy. -Dusty Groove"
Vandermark 5 Silk-screened Concert Poster
"A compelling print by Dan Grzeca on heavy stock matte paper. A limited edition of 100 made for the Vandermark 5 two-night Green Mill engagement in 2009. Order multiple posters at no extra shipping cost!"
Vandermark 5 Turf Club Poster (2002)
"Beautiful print on heavy stock matte paper. A limited edition made for the Vandermark 5's 2002 engagement at the Turf Club in St. Paul. Order multiple posters at no extra shipping cost"
Vandermark 5 vs. Atomic Poster
Vandermark 5 / Atomic
"Poster advertising a Vandermark 5 / Atomic double bill at Echo Lounge in Atlanta. Order multiple posters at no extra shipping cost. "
Boss Of The Plains
"The ten pieces presented here float in ruminating glances. The drummer-less trio invites stillness as its fourth member. Rempis delivers with a stoicism, eschewing volume for eloquence. -Mark Corroto, All About Jazz"
From Wolves To Whales
"Trumpeter Nate Wooley leaves no part of his instrument’s territory unexplored, utilising extended techniques and feedback to transform the horn from its traditional role into a far more alchemical and unclassifiable tool... The fully improvisatory yet traditionally rooted feel of the music has a lot in common with the work of Other Dimensions In Music. There’s a path in for more conservative free jazz listeners, but plenty of wilderness to get lost in, too. -Phil Freeman, The Wire"