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Sneaking Out After Midnight

Rattle records

Also available on iTunes


Musicians include: Mark Lockett (drums), Joel Frahm (saxophone), Orlando Le Fleming (double bass).

“Drummer/composer Mark Lockett shines in his new trio recording, featuring two young New York heavies playing his originals together with a couple of lesser known standards.”

– Mike Nock, March 2012

Listen to some free tracks…
Loose Motion


Now’s Not the Time

Crew Cut

Now and Then

Now and Then


Limited copies available. Musicians include: Paul Van Ross (Saxophone), Mark Fitzgibbon (Piano), Shannon Barnett (trombone), Desmond White (Bass), Mark Lockett (Drums)

“Although he first came to prominence on the jazz scene a half century ago, Ornette Coleman still scares people, but not Mark Lockett who has assembled a first rate quintet to interpret four of Ornette’s soulful melodies. Now and Then, Lockett’s third CD, also includes tunes by worthies such as Horace Silver, Thelonious Monk and the New York pianist Mark Cohen, whose music prior to this has been covered by no less than Joe Lovano and Dave Holland. Lockett has also contributed two of his own works to this appealing mix. Lockett follows in the footsteps of his countrymen like pianist Alan Broadbent, Mike Nock, and tenor sax player Roger Manins, and found success overseas. The leader of a popular Melbourne trio for more than five years now, Lockett is a tasteful time-keeper who clearly espouses the old but very valid notion that a drummer’s function in the band is to make everyone sound great, not constantly call attention to his own personal virtuosity. From beyond the grave, the drummers of old like Sid Catlett, Dave Tough and Art Blakey would surely be nodding with pleasure.”

– Steve Robertson (Host of Jazz On Saturday on PBS-FM in Melbourne)

Listen to some free tracks…

Blues Connotation (Ornette Coleman)

Mr. Pickles (Mark Lockett)

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Faces (Mark Cohen)


About Time

About Time

Limited copies available.  Musicians include: Jamie Oehlers (Tenor Saxophone), Jordan Murray (Trombone), Paul Van Ross (Soprano and Tenor Saxophone), Alison Wedding (Vocals), Mark Fitzgibbon (Piano), Nick Haywood (Bass), Mark Lockett (Drums)

“Australian jazz musicians collectively put out several dozen new CDs every year, most of them dominated by original tunes that may or may not make much of an impact on their listeners. In releasing an album of modern jazz standards, Mark and his colleagues have taken on perhaps a more demanding task – tell fresh, new stories within some old and familiar frameworks. As you’ll hear, they’ve succeeded… admirably.”

– Steve Robertson (Host of Jazz On Saturday on PBS-FM in Melbourne)

Live at Spleen

Live at Spleen

Limited copies available. Musicians include Paul Van Ross (Tenor saxophone), Tom Lee (Bass), Luke Howard (Piano), Daniel Gassin (Fender Rhodes), Mark Lockett (Drums)

“This live recording is a wonderful example of the creative musical energy of Australian musicians and especially the younger generations who, while respecting the tradition of the older jazz players, are pushing into the future.”

– Tony Gould (Head of School, VCA)