April 2018

We are thrilled to announce that our long anticipated second record "Call To The Air" is finally out! It is available for purchase on Bandcamp, iTunes, CDBaby, and for streaming on Apple Music and Spotify. We've teamed up with local legend Jeff Albert and Breakfast for Dinner Records for the release, which we're psyched about, and we're fresh off a really magical release show at the Three Keys at the Ace Hotel here in New Orleans. We also just got back a wildly successful release tour to the Midwest, where we met many new friends and got to catch up with old friends and collaborators, and play some great tunes to boot. Onward and upward!



"A solemn mysteriousness weaves throughout "Call To The Air." There is plenty here for the educated ear to savor... but the true virtue is that these fellas aren't being self-indulgent. They play the music, not the instruments." STACEY LEIGH BRIDEWELL, Offbeat Magazine review of "Call To The Air," out now on Breakfast for Dinner Records (Full review HERE)

"Together in Nutria these three have found a matching sensibility of balance, discipline and simplicity that shows in their rich, round sound...They sound good together and that's the most important thing. Everything here works." ANTHONY DEAN-HARRIS, Nextbop review of "Call To The Air," out now on Breakfast for Dinner Records (Full review HERE)

Check out the press for "Jazz Ballets" at the Marigny Opera House, here and here featuring our composition "Wary Heat," choreographed by Diogo De Lima! NolaVie calls it "sultry" and "mesmerizing."

"There's a clear strategic intelligence and inventiveness at work with this jazz trio... a range of musical influences showing a substantial depth of artistic resourcefulness..." - KEVIN LYNCH, No Depression magazine (Full review HERE)

"Art of Jazz" reviewed in the Gambit weekly here!

Check out this great NOLA.COM preview of "Art of Jazz" at the Marigny Opera House!

"These three musicians have been heard in various settings, performing in a range of styles on the New Orleans music scene... Together as Nutria, they have the opportunity to enjoy complete freedom of expression." GERALDINE WYCKOFF, Offbeat Magazine (Full review HERE)