'There's a freshness, a spaciousness to this band...that is very attractive....The great thing is no-one tries too hard, no bandwagons are jumped on, but a good time is had is had by all within a relaxed ensemble set-up where the composition and overall sound is bigger than any individual...The Moss Project will appeal to a range of audiences, from proggy Porcupine Tree to Metheny acolytes, from Radiohead, even to Joe Pass fans.' Jazzwise (Andy Robson) 'VISION is the only word for music of this much creativity, boldness and expansiveness...A record of endless fascination and immediate accessibility.' The Manchester Evening News (Al Brownlee) 'The compositions all show imagination, originality and vitality. Comparisons with more established groups...are tempting but ultimately futile when acknowledging that Moss Project actually doesn't sound quite like anything else...Vision is a fascinating and hypnotically satisfying album which demands repeated plays.' All About Jazz (Roger Farbey) 'Jazz can stand away from the mainstream, making it inaccessible. The Moss Project, however, manage to bridge the gap...giving the tunes touches of rock and indie, and offering something easily understandable to the untrained ear, while never diluting the genuine love of jazz at the music's heart.' BBC (Chris Long) 'This group is totally unique in Manchester...Freed's phrasing and melodies are at times just achingly beautiful. This is a truly accomplished musician but his skills as a composer are really exceptional...both jazz and folk, both intricate and accessible. The perfect way to begin this year's Manchester Jazz Festival' The Sound of Now The music that comes out of the Moss Project is testament to it's inspirational and eclectic range of influences. Whilst studying composition and performance at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Moss formed the group to provide a platform for original, progressive and exciting music inspired by such varied sources as Pat Metheny, Stravinsky, Radiohead and The Bad Plus. Now based between London and Manchester, the group features some of the UK's top musicians, each bringing their own distinctive flavour to the mix. With a line up of guitar, violin, voice, saxophones, drums, bass and keyboards, the Moss Project is an innovative new project well worth listening out for. Since their formation two years ago, the group have acquired a sizable, diverse and dedicated following of listeners of all backgrounds and ages and have performed in most of Europe's top music venues.