Aug 5th 2017 Sydney Morning Herald Orbits and Riffs review "Arresting, genre-blurring double album...disquieting music with massive breadth and high drama. 4 STARS" John Shand
Oct 7th 2017 - Her Canberra: "Nothing is off limits, with broad influences ranging from folk melodies to impressionism, contemporary and free jazz to minimalism, and 20th century classical music to the blues."
July 25th 2017 - New Australia Music Eastside Radio: "an amalgamation of all my sonic experiences on piano over the last 10 years on in one album"
June 2017 - Jazz and Beyond Orbits and Riffs album review by Peter Wockner: "Full of sonic textures and infinite possibility, this is one of the true concept albums of recent years. 4 STARS."
May 2017 - Northside Radio interview: '...He was almost anti-theory, which is actually what I wanted to learn from him...'
May 2017 - Jazz and Beyond Artist of the month
May 2017 - Cut Common article: "Ephemera Trio is taking us on a voyage into the universe, morphing the elements of space into new music.Curious and inspiring, Orbits and Riffs is the group’s new album that uses NASA recordings of stars and planets’ electromagnetic waves, and combines these otherworldly sounds with jazz, classical and experimental music."
Jan 17th 2017 - New Australia Eastside Radio interview
July 2016 - Diffusion Radio interview
MAY 2016 - Inner West Courier
MAR 2016 - Skye on Stage review: "Not, perhaps, since Karen Carpenter called occupants of interplanetary space have musicians extended a hand quite so far. The music and more is, truly, out of this world.... this is an intergalactic love song dedication that knows no peer"
NOV 2015 - Jazz Australia Org interview: "It was Sun Ra who told us “space is the place” and that’s the dimension to where the Ephemera Trio aim to transport. Their music explores astronomical phenomena on a voyage through a universe of pulsars, craters, planetary atmospheres, stars, sun and void."
NOV 2015 - Altmedia article
SEPT 2013 - Fred and Ginger review: "Her solitude is broken by Key, a servile mute who busies herself around Anon, following orders and breaking into beautiful flute solos on command. Anon stands on a small wooden stool surrounded by photographs of herself and Key, floating in an ocean of the desperation of self-awareness, as Key distracts herself following the pointless requests that chop and change according to Anon’s ecstatic whims."
AUG 2011 - Inner West Courier