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Sex Mob

Sex Mob
Sex Mob performing live in Satchmo club, Maribor, Slovenia on 16 november 2011
Sex Mob performing live in Satchmo club, Maribor, Slovenia on 16 november 2011
Background information
Born 15-02-1981
Balasore ♥
Genres Jazz
Instruments Trumpet, Drums, Bass guitar, Saxophone
Website .net.stevenbernsteinwww

Sex Mob is a New York City jazz band, originally formed as a Knitting Factory vehicle for Steven Bernstein to exercise his slide trumpet. Sex Mob's sets feature a high proportion of covers, usually familiar pop songs, 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 then disassemble and reassemble.



  • Din of Inequity (1998) – Knitting Factory Records. Guests: John Medeski (keys), Adam Levy and London McDaniels (guitars).
  • Solid Sender (2000) – Knitting Factory Records. Guests include DJ Logic (tables)
  • Theatre & Dance (2000) – Sex Mob arrangements of Duke Ellington tunes commissioned for a dance performance, and Steven Bernstein compositions commissioned for a revival of Mae West's play Sex
  • Sex Mob does Bond (2001) – Ropeadope Records. Guests include John Medeski (keys)
  • Dime Grind Palace (2003) – Ropeadope Records. Guests include Mark Stewart (guitar), Marcus Rojas (trumpet, tuba), & Scott Robinson (alto clarinet, saxophone), David Tronzo (slide guitar).
  • Sexotica (2006) – Thirsty Ear
  • Sexmob meets Medeski live in Willisau 2006 (2009) – Thirsty Ear

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