Arthur Vint & Associates’ debut album “Through The Badlands” evokes visions of the western American landscape, with its vast open expanses and rocky terrain.  Rooted in the great American traditions of jazz and rock ‘n’ roll, the album weaves contemporary influences with vintage country as well as traditional Native American spiritual music, drawing on the images and sounds of Vint’s childhood growing up in Tucson, Arizona. Vint’s diverse influences on this album range from Neil Young to Thelonious Monk, Marty Robbins to John Coltrane and beyond.


© 2016 Vintage Modern Music
Ropeadope Records
Produced by Arthur Vint
Recorded by John Davis at The Bunker in Brooklyn, NY
Mixed and mastered by Dave Darlington at Bass Hit Studio in New York, NY


Arthur Vint - drums
Rich Perry - saxophone
Tony Scherr - guitar
Jon Cowherd - piano
Blanca Gonzalez - violin
Yvonnick Prene - harmonica
Ian Stapp - bass
Andrew Halchak - bass Clarinet


1. Radford 

2. Through The Badlands 

3. Heyoka 

4. Sagebrush

5. Kindling 

6. LKP 

7. Shadow Qualities 

8. Maski 

9. Devil's Dictionary 

10. There's A World 

11. Blue Prairie