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Moving Cities

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Antoine Berjeaut

Label: I See Colors
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Triple A; Shadows; JP's Beats; The New Untitled (Potomac Avenue); Twelve Donkeys; Down the Clipper; Lost and Found; Lourau's Loop; Sci-Fi; Outro; Out to Seven [Digital Bonus Track]; Diggin the White Room [Digital Bonus Track].

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Antoine Berjeaut: trumpet; Makaya McCraven: drums; Julien Lourau: saxophone; Arnaud Roulin: synthesiser; Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch: live electronics, effects; Guillaume Magne: guitar; Matt Gold: guitar.

Album Description

Bridging the spaces between the Paris and Chicago scenes, Moving Cities brings together the best of both worlds. Initiated by French trumpet player Antoine Berjeaut and Chicago-based drummer/producer Makaya McCraven (along with a cast including bassist Junius Paul and saxophonist Julien Lourau), Moving Cities is emblematic of a new, utterly modern jazz going through a true aesthetic revolution. Moving Cities started as a live laboratory set up by Berjeaut and McCraven; it echoes the recent evolution of international metropolises constantly torn between individualism and collective endeavors, in a disrupted geography.


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