Just now being awarded with an Jazz Award in Germany for performing with virtuosity and combining different kinds of music styles from classical jazz to modern electronica pop, Thomas Siffling is to be one of the upcoming shooting stars of the German Jazz Scene.
The young Jazz trumpet player already looks back to as well world wide concerts (e.g. in South America Greece, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Lebanon or even Thailand) as colaborations with e.g. Frank Foster, Al Porcino, Karl Razer, Bobby Shew, or Pit Baumgartner (DePhazz).
His new album „Human Impressions“, presented by Phazz-a-delic, conveys his jazz style to the audience: is it LoungeJazz, CoolJazz or kind of good old AcidJazz? Is it Jazz music at all or much more Modern Pop than a kind of Jazz?
Well, nevertheless how you name it: electronic ambient fragments and samples, the vocals of the famous German Chanteuse Barbara Lahr on „Breeze“ or the song „L’Amour et la Mer“ as an homage to love and the sea with distinctive french charm make an extra-ordinary travel through time and space out of „Human Impressions.