Sex Mob

Genres: Jazz
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s

Biography

Experimental but accessible, USA unit Sex Mob has found a mainstream audience owing to television appearances on Saturday Night Live and on the MTV channel, and also on National Public Radio. Formed in the mid-90s by slide trumpeter Steven Bernstein (Steven Michael Bernstein, 8 October 1961, Washington, DC, USA), the quartet also included Briggan Krauss (saxophones), Tony Scherr (bass) and Kenny Wollesen (drums). Sex Mob has been well received by the specialist press, including winning DownBeat Critics’ Polls as Best Beyond Group and Best Acoustic Group. From time to time other musicians have lined up with the quartet, for example on 2003’s Dime Grind Palace where guests include trombonist Roswell Rudd, cited by Bernstein as the starting point for the idea behind Sex Mob, Peter Apfelbaum (saxophone), David Tronzo (slide guitar), and Douglas Wieselman (clarinet). Sex Mob is a vibrant, surprising and often wildly irreverent powerhouse of ideas and...

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