When first exposed to this album, I must admit that it was the name that initially caught my attention most eagerly.... Continue reading
Downbeat Magazine gave New Ammo a really nice review. Read the review attached.
KD sits down with Relix ‘ Dean Budnick for an in-depth track by track discussion of KDTU’s recently released album – New Ammo. Check it out!
Unlike Spinal Tap guitarist Nigel Tufnel, Karl Denson has never contemplated opening a haberdashery. But this versatile San Diego saxophonist, flutist and singer so comfortably wears so many different musical caps that he could open a hat store without blinking. Continue reading
Karl Denson, the legendary bandleader and Jam scene favorite, is back on the road with his band Tiny Universe in support of their latest album, “New Ammo,” issued by Stoopid Records on February 4th. The album is KDTU’s first with the San Diego-based label and represents a return to the band’s roots, but with some added firepower... Continue reading
Karl Denson shares his insights on his new album New Ammo, touring, and his current lineup in this audio interview on Aspen Public Radio with host Daniel Shaw captured during KDTU’s show at the Belly Up Aspen. Click here to hear the interview now!
Pollstar got an inside look at the latest album from Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe by talking to the saxophonist/flutist/vocalist about making his new LP. Continue reading
If there is any band in the improvisational music scene that can capture the super charged energy and charisma of their lives shows in the studio, it would have to be Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. Continue reading
The New Ammo version of Karl Denson's Tiny Universe consists of a four-horn front line: his sax and flute, trumpeter Chris Littlefield, trombonist Andy Geib, and baritone saxophonist Daniel De La Cruz. The lineup also includes David Veith on B-3 and Rhodes piano, D.J. Williams on guitar, and drummer John Staten. Continue reading
Karl Denson’s longtime outfit Tiny Universe has evolved a bit over the past fifteen or so years, but the basic mission has always been to make audiences move. “…a dance band that dips into the jazz realm,” explains Denson. Continue reading