Sexmob (also styled Sex Mob) is an American jazz band based in New York City that formed as a Knitting Factory vehicle for Steven Bernstein to exercise his slide trumpet. Sexmob's sets feature a high proportion of covers, usually familiar pop songs, which are given a humorous but avant-garde treatment. Bernstein points out that this is a return to a fundamental jazz tradition to take a familiar song and then disassemble and reassemble it.
|Origin||New York City|
|Labels||Knitting Factory, Ropeadope, Thirsty Ear|
- Din of Inequity (Knitting Factory, 1998)
- Solid Sender (Knitting Factory, 2000)
- Theatre & Dance (2000)
- Sex Mob Does Bond (Ropeadope, 2001)
- Dime Grind Palace (Ropeadope, 2003)
- Sexotica (Thirsty Ear, 2006)
- Sexmob meets Medeski Live in Willisau 2006 (Thirsty Ear, 2009)
- Sexmob Plays Fellini: Cinema, Circus & Spaghetti, the Music of Nino Rota (2013)
- Gettelman, Parry (March 20, 1998). "Sex Mob Makes Bold with Music". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved March 22, 2020.
- Gilbert, Andrew (April 4, 2017). "Steven Bernstein's Bay Area homecoming: From Jewish jazz to Sexmob to 'mood music'". The Mercury News. Retrieved March 22, 2020.
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