Listed below are recent TriTone Asylum reviews.

Live Jazz: Charlie Haden, Larry Goldings and TriTone Asylum at Castle Press

Blending the basic acoustic setting of a jazz quintet with the variable tones of the EVI, TriTone Asylum brought some fascinating new views to such familiar jazz items as Freddie Hubbard's "Little Sunflower", Ralph Towners "Icarus", and Hampton Hawes "Sonora".  Don Heckman, International Review of Music.

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Record Review: A Life of Signs

...TriTone Asylum has it's own musical personality. The group effortlessly blends together electric and acoustic jazz to create pleasing and frequently stirring music. Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene.

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TriTone Asylum's Philip Topping is playing the Electronic Valve Instrument (EVI). The EVI combines a synthesizer and wind controller in one. Though it is usually associated with progressive jazz, the EVI is a musically versatile instrument that enhances our electro-acoustic sound.