RICHARD KAMINS
STEP TEMPEST
“The themes are well-drawn, the solos fiery yet often melodic, and the rhythms seductive and thunderous – for those of us in central Connecticut, The Curtis Brothers have grown up before our very ears, matured into excellent and thoughtful musicians. This album will rock your speakers (and your world) the way the performances rocked the audience at The Side Door.”  Read the full review here.

PHIL FREEMAN
STEREOGUM
“Peterson drives the ensemble hard, and the horns’ solos are fierce and high-energy, and the brothers are the axle around which the whole thing spins.” Review here

MATT MICUCCI
JAZZIZ
“Commissioned by New Jazz Works – Chamber Music America, the LP collects nine new original compositions, all but one of which is named after a mathematical concept or term.” Announcement here

SEBASTIEN HELARY
NEXTBOP
“We are honored to premiere today “Three Points and a Sphere” from The Curtis Brothers’ new album, Algorithm, inspired by the musicians’ time in Hartford, Connecticut, and paying homage to Jackie and Dollie McLean as well as The Artists Collective, one of several schools which they attended in their youth.” Premiere here

STEVE PROVIZER
2018 LIVE CONCERT REVIEW
“The Curtis Brothers are both generous and wise in choosing to render their musical vision with the men who have inspired and taught him. This is the mentoring system at its best.” Read here.