Jazzwise’s John Fordham writes, “Catenaccio’s energies and improv powers are more excitingly apparent on a live show.”
Hi-Fi News & Record Review Magazine selects release as Album Choice in August Issue.
“His (Gorodi’s) conviction is clear enough and the band tackles the material with what can only be described as judicious gusto.”
“Trumpeter Miguel Gorodi has put together a biggish band of some of the most interesting musicians on the London jazz scene for this record of his own compositions.”
jazz Journal’s Elliot Marlow-Stevens writes, “Catenaccio is incredibly fresh, and anyone interested in both the classic and contemporary will enjoy this album as it mixes both expertly. The musicianship is fantastic and the result is a wholly original and captivating recording.”
“Tom’s compositions here have created a fantastic starting point for his bandmates to triumph, making for a unique and inventive listening experience.”, writes Fred Neighbour.
Jazz View’s Eddie Myer writes, “(Catenaccio) succeeds due to the convincingly realised writing and the sheer excitement and vigour of the outstanding band.”
London Jazz News’ Patrick Hatfield writes, “All in all, quite a result.”
All About Jazz’s Roger Farbey writes, “Apophenia represents a highly significant milestone in what promises to be a stellar career for this talented trumpeter and composer.”
Jazzwise Magazine gives the album a big cheer.