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AUDIO: Jamie Breiwick – “Duets”

Jazz artist Jamie Breiwick released a new album of both original compositions and improvisations. Breiwick’s instrumentation here consists of trumpet, water trumpet, and finger cymbals. Enlisting Tim Ipsen on bass, the duo challenge the barriers between structural and formless expression. Every sound and movement is precise and intentional because each feels right in the moment; sometimes Breiwick plays his horn

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AUDIO: Jamie Breiwick – “Hollywood”

It’s jazz artist Jamie Breiwick’s birthday today, and he’s prepared a new song for the world for it, out on B Side Recordings. Spanning over eight minutes long, this piece features feathery flute over a delicate drum beat, shrouded in curtains of synths. It’s a composition that invokes West Coast imagery, bringing multi-colored low-level clouds and palm trees to mind.

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