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Mehler’s touch is as nuanced as Bill Evans’s, and his phrasing draws on both jazz and classical music without directly importing licks from either. The subdued certainties of his playing bring a crowded room to total silence.”

–John Fordham, The Guardian

©Chloe Dévis


A refreshingly slow answer to our trashy nanosecond pop culture.

–Mike Flynn, Time Out London

“★★★★ Disorienting and fascinating”

–Colin Irwin, MOJO {in reference to Scheme For Thought}


Tod Hedrick, Elan Mehler, David Moore, Andrew Zimmerman

“This is beautifully calming music, inwardly-routed and pensive, the players circling around each other in a luminescent pool.”

–Martin Longly, BBC Music

The After Suite is a masterpiece with a capital “M””

–Chris May, All About Jazz

©Mike Delfin       Scott Spivak, Max Goldman, Becca Stevens, Jeremy Viner, Tod Hedrick, Elan Mehler

“Quite simply, this is an absolute gem that you shouldn’t miss.”

–Reg Dancy, Basic Soul {in reference to “The After Suite”}


Suggests a meeting of Stanley Cowell and Aaron Copeland in a millennial fanfare for the not so common man.

–Kevin Le Gendre, Echoes Magazine


“Its a moodily elaborate treat”

–Metro {London}

© Chloe Dévis          Elan Mehler and Adam McBride-Smith


“Building a productive relationship between two genres of music that few jazz artists other than Bill Frisell have managed to splice.”

–The Guardian {in reference to Half Seas Over}

“A fine balance between McBride-Smith’s laconic vocal delivery and superbly crafted lyrics and Mehler’s supremely well-paced piano work.”

–Time Out London {in reference to Half Seas Over}

“★★★★”

–Uncut Magazine {in reference to Half Seas Over}

“Intriguing Gilles Peterson piano protege Mehler has Jarrett and Mehldau links, but achieves mesmeric effect with a lot more space and a lot fewer notes.”

–The Guardian

© José James           Elan Mehler and Scott Spivak

“Calling Mehler’s latest release an album about whales is akin to calling “Moby Dick” a book about Jazz.”

–Elan Mehler