Acclaimed for creating concept albums that riff on gospel (The Heavens:The Atheist Gospel Trombone Album, 2012), heavy metal (Ye Olde, 2015), and rhythm section-less big bands (Clear Line, 2020), Jacob Garchik (#1 Rising Star trombonist, 2018 Downbeat Critics Poll) releases his jazziest album yet, still imbued with his sense of experimentalism and surprise. Featuring Thomas Morgan, bass; Sam Newsome, soprano sax joining his long-running trio with Jacob Sacks, piano and Dan Weiss, drums
From trombonist and composer JACOB GARCHIK comes CLEAR LINE, a startling new take on the venerable big band. Featuring the pure sounds of 13 horns with no rhythm section, CLEAR LINE spotlights Garchik’s compositions for an all-star band of young players from a variety of musical backgrounds.
Imagine a 2015 cover of the soundtrack to a 1970’s remake of a 1930’s movie about the Middle Ages.
with Jonathan Goldberger, Mary Halvorson, Brandon Seabrook, guitars; Vinnie Sperrazza, drums; Jacob Garchik, trombone
The Heavens: The Atheist Gospel Trombone Choir
The Four Bags: Combining the vibrancy of modern jazz and popular music with the sophistication of a classical chamber group. Trombone (Brian Drye), Accordion (Jacob Garchik), Guitar (Sean Moran) and Woodwinds (Mike McGinnis).
Jacob Garchik Trio: Jacob Garchik, trombone; Jacob Sacks, piano; Dan Weiss, drums
Banda de los Muertos: Brooklyn’s premiere Mexican brass band