In the Netherlands, guitarist Adam Rogers is mainly known for his role in the band of saxophonist Chris Potter. Rogers is, however, one of the most versatile guitarists on the New York scene. He is a multi-stylist who is not only to be seen in straight-ahead jazz but also in experimental electric jazz (he has worked with John Zorn, David Binney and Uri Caine, among others), classical music and even in pop music with no less than Elvis Costello. In 2002 he recorded his first album as a bandleader, Art of the Invisible on, strangely enough, the Dutch jazz label Criss Cross. This was followed by three more CDs. On the latest of these, Time and the Infinite, Rogers explores well-known and timeless melodies with his trio as well as performing several of his own compositions. Rogers' style was recently aptly described by the New York Times as "a turbocharged, sleekly designed, ultimately armored brand of post-bop."