Redshift is also very pleased to have recorded and performed with internationally-known saxophonist
Jeff tours extensively with The Rippingtons and The Sax Pack and teaches at Shoreline Community College. His amazing technique and innovative stylings constantly challenge us to play our best.
For more information on Jeff, check out his website:
Dave, Neil and Kurt recently played 2 sold out shows with
Jherek has been called a "pop polymath" (The New York Times), a "Seattle phenom" (The New Yorker), and "the missing link between the sombre undertones of Ennio Morricone and the unpredictability of John Cale" (NME).
Bischoff has served as an arranger, producer and muse to a who's who of "in the know" creators including internet phenomenon Amanda Palmer, legendary New York musician David Byrne, Australian pop star Missy Higgins and novelist Neil Gaiman. This collaborative tendency found its climax in his 2012 album Composed, which included cameos by Byrne, Caetano Veloso, Nels Cline (Wilco) and Greg Saunier (Deerhoof) among others. Critically acclaimed, The Guardian’s 4-star review called it “romantic, playful and faintly sinister…its ambition and singularity are intoxicating,” while NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross devoted a half-hour interview to discussing the album and his creative life.
Increasingly, Bischoff's focus has moved from collaborations to his own work as a composer and performer. The last few years have seen commissions from Lincoln Center, Kronos Quartet, yMusic and Austria’s Schauspielhaus with live appearances at Carnegie Hall, Adelaide Festival, Tasmania’s MONA FOMA, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Minneapolis’s Walker Art Center / Liquid Music, and Seattle’s Moore Theater, in addition to a 25-date Australian tour opening for Missy Higgins. Recently relocating to Los Angeles, the momentum continues with Bischoff's future release Cistern, an ambient orchestral album which was recorded with a live orchestra in a church in Hudson, New York
For more information on Jherek, check out his website: