REVIEWS

“Denmark’s leading male jazz vocalist, on the verge of an international breakthrough” Read more
-Michael Bo, Politiken

“Truly gifted artist” Read more
-Brian Blain, London Jazz News
“Masterful” Read more
-Kjeld Frandsen, Berlingske Tidende
“… the super-talented Mads Mathias, who has gradually established himself in several contexts, but more recently also as a confident and superbly swinging crooner” Read more
-Henrik Palle, Politiken
“An outstanding jazz album on a level which bears comparison with the great figures of Sinatra and Bublé” Read more
-Christian Klock, Midtjyllandsavis
“The crooner of our time is found” Read more
-Christian Klock, Midtjyllandsavis
“A young driven jazz singer with an individual character, and lovely warmth to his voice, unpretentious whilst at the same time highly professional … very gifted” Read more
-Alexander Agrell, Sydsvenskan.
“Effortless….it sounds like it was created by an international star in the making.” Read more
Ivan Roed, Gaffa
“The absolute finest we have on these shores.” Read more
-Martin Lutz, Jazzstjerner
“The man sings like an angel. His fresh baritone has an innocence, which paired with almost Sinatra-like confident phrasing, allows him to re-invent with his quite small but powerful framework. He is so confident reclining behind the beat and is so cool that he should have been wearing sunglasses….On top of which, he is so damn charming and cute in his appearance.” Read more
-Henrik Palle, Politiken
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“A cheeky charm and large scale production that stylishly and swingingly follows in the path of Americans such as Harry Connick Jr and Kurt Elling, but with his own personal stamp as a singer and composer…”
-Christian Munch-Hansen, Politiken