Saul Zavarce said on his 12 August 2017 episode of his programme Jazz Fiesta:
Nice tune by them called Summer Morning. Stories Under the Sky, the name of the CD.
Ann Bolton and Ken Turnbull host the Jazz Life programme on 94.9 Main FM Castlemaine. In the 7 August 2017 episode, Ann said:
This is the very talented group of contemporary Melbourne jazz musicians led by ade ishs on keyboard and Chelsea Allen on drums, supported by long-term members bassist Paul Bonnington and trumpeter Ee Shan Pang. … Tonight I’m going to play a gorgeous piece that I’ve quite gone mad about. It’s called Rainy Day. … I can’t get it out of my head.
89.7 Eastside FM Sydney — The New Thing Feature
Our debut album was featured in the 6 April 2015 episode of The New Thing by Sammy Al on 89.7 Eastside FM, Sydney, Australia. He said about the album:
It’s a cracking album, that one. It’s called The ishs/Allen Project, a self-titled release from The ishs/Allen Project, and pretty much one of my favourite independent jazz releases that’s come out for some time. Really, really great energy to the whole of that one.
Leon Gettler interviewed ade about The ishs/Allen Project’s debut album. Here’s the full recording of the interview.
PBS 106.7FM Melbourne Interview
ade and Chelsea were interviewed by Ross Nable, PBS 106.7FM Melbourne, Australia, about The ishs/Allen Project’s debut album.
Here’s what Ross says about it:
It’s a gentle album, but with complexity. And very lovely melodies as well.
ade and Chelsea interviewed by Angela Jones on 96.5 InnerFM, Melbourne, Australia. The two also played two songs from the debut album live at the studio: Guildford Lane and Veiled Beauty.
Here is what 5MBS Adelaide, Australia thinks about our debut album
Jim McLeod on “The ishs/Allen Project”
Jim McLeod of PBS 106.7FM, Melbourne, Australia says about The ishs/Allen Project’s debut album in his broadcast:
… very pleasant music on it.