Marco Rottoli – doublebass and composition/arrangements

Simone Daclon – piano

Pasquale Fiore – drums

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NEW YEAR’S EVE – AT071

Amp Music & Records, October 2nd 2020

New Year’s Eve is a cool trio outing […], it rolls, pops, flairs, vibes, contra-punches, and snaps back energy and mood like a far more seasoned outfit.” – Mike Jurkovic – AllAboutJazz

It is a testament to his compositional skill that his own tunes fit so well with the older pieces and to his arranging skill that the covers feel so fresh.” – Fiona Mactaggart – Scottishjazzspace

…a disc that impresses with sophisticated playing and beautifully unadorned classic acoustic trio sound, which pleases throughout and makes you want more of this trio.” – Ingo J. BiermannNordische-music.de

In the songs, apart from wonderful melodies and unbelievable warmth, the ear will also be pleased with the multitude of solos, performed neatly, in an impressively delightful way…” – Marta Ratajczak – Babskim Ukem

“[…]an album recorded and played with taste and simplicity.” – José ValderramaMasjazzdigital

“New Year’s Eve” is the first studio album by doublebass player Marco Rottoli and his trio. The record is the result of his personal path of study and research, shaped by a solid experience gained as sideman and soloist in various fields of the jazz idiom.

Marco Rottoli: born in 1984, is a doublebass player, composer and band leader active professionally since the early 2010s. In 2016 he graduated in jazz double bass at the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan, obtaining top marks with honors with a thesis on Bud Powell’s music and since then he had the opportunity to share the stage with many of the best musicians of the Italian jazz scene. He is leader of several musical projects, from trio to septet, as double bass player, composer and arranger. In this release he presents his latestcompositions showing influences form the early jazz tradition and the modern jazz world as well.


Simone Daclon: born in 1981, is a working musician with a deep-rooted knowledge of the jazz piano tradition. As a child he approached the piano and entered the “G.Verdi” Conservatory in Milan at the age of eleven. After completing his classical studies, he attended the Berklee School of Music workshops in Perugia and the L.A.M.S in Verona, studying with Paolo Birro. In the following years he had the opportunity to share the stage with many exponents of Italian and international jazz, including: Harry Allen, Franco Ambrosetti, Carlo Atti, Fabrizio Bosso, Gianni Cazzola, Emanuele Cisi, Stjepko Gut, Scott Hamilton, Nick Hempton and many others.


Pasquale Fiore: born in 1986, jazz drummer and in demand sideman, brings his groovy and swinging approach to the trio, shaping the sound of this studio session. He studied with Gregory Hutchinson, Antonio Sanchez, Roberto Gatto, Ettore Fioravanti, Roberto Pistolesi, Claudio Romano and Lorenzo Tucci. Pasquale played several concerts with nationally and internationally renowned artists, has collaborated and recorded with Enrico Rava, Scott Hamilton, Fabrizio Bosso, Thomas Kircpatrick, Stjepko Gut, Attilio Troiano, Daniele Scannapieco, Giovanni Amato, Tommaso Scannapieco, Dario Deidda, Dado Moroni and many others.