- NW and Northern European performances
- Over 75 national & international press contacts serviced; Service to CMJ and Jazzweek reporting stations & 125 others; Service print & internet jazz magazines; Service syndicated and satellite programs (NPR, Sirius, DMX, Music Choice, etc...)
Building on several international collaborations, Seattle trumpeter Chad McCullough and Antwerp-based pianist Bram Weijter document the unique blend of their compositional and performance styles. From the near stand-still tempo of Weijters' "Another Dark Ballad," to the spiraling search of "Imaginary Folk Song," to the burning, and aptly titled, "Speeding," the musical chemistry is constantly twisting and turning. McCullough's warm lyricism has a great counterpart in Weijters' subtlety and drive, and here, with drummer John Bishop and bassist Chuck Deardorf, the group is captured in a mood-inducing set of music that is uniquely their own.
•"...fresh, thoughtful originals...warm, lyrical flugelhorn work..." - JazzTimes.