|June 13, 2019|
Our Pyramids Album “An Angel Fell”, on Strut Records, burned up the charts in 2018! We have received rave reviews through out 2018, and continue to. I had the honor of creating this album with bassist Skyler Stover, drummer Johann Polzer, percussionist Bradie Speller, and violinist Sandra Poindexter in August 2017 in London. It was produced by Malcolm Catto of The Heliocentrics. I played guitar and assisted Malcolm with production. We just been nominated for best album of 2018 by Gilles Peterson for his Worldwide Awards!
NYC Jazz Record: Best Album of the year & Concert of 2018: http://www.nycjazzrecord.com/issues/tnycjr201901.pdf
The Quietus: #2 album of the year: https://thequietus.com/articles/25755-albums-of-the-year-2018?fbclid=IwAR24zZzWtxATVQYnZ9ws0AEBfcTyfWyOKIjyizRFSvOehg5SnUbXvlEB3BU
All About Jazz review of our show in Belfast Ireland: https://coloradosprings.allaboutjazz.com/idris-ackamoor-and-the-pyramids-idris-ackamoor-and-the-pyramids-by-ian-patterson.php?page=1&fbclid=IwAR3rgkfD1NUwJ4AaRKU71QoGZMTB2cZ9ZV2tKwRgoipqWIBupON6q79XJk4#.XBMpXGGZ2RQ.facebook
Gilles Peterson Worldwide Awards nomination: https://www.gillespetersonworldwide.com/about-2/
Worldwide Awards, London: Jan 19, 2019: https://dice.fm/event/g7ek2-gilles-peterson-worldwide-awards-koko