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Flatbush Jaywalk is Alec Berlin’s Single

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Alec Berlin in the past but he is back now with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.

Flatbush Jaywalk is Alec Berlin’s Single

The initial riff of this beautiful song immediately won me over. A powerful, acid, and direct beginning then interspersed with a more melodic part.

It is as if an avalanche reaches the sea. A truly intriguing mix of atmospheres and emotions.

The thing I like most about Alec Berlin is that he is not afraid to experiment and to walk musical paths never traveled before.

As a result of his great musical knowledge, he is able to compose music without barriers that spans a variety of genres coherently.

The execution is masterful and the harmonic construction solid although there are many harmonic and rhythmical changes.

Flatbush Jaywalk is a truly beautiful song of incredible sophistication. Go and listen to Alec Berlin’s music, you will be surprised by the great creativity of this artist.

Flatbush Jaywalk is Alec Berlin’s Single Out Now!


Flatbush Jaywalk is Alec Berlin’s Single

Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Alec Berlin moved to New York City twenty-five years ago after completing a Masters Degree in Jazz Performance at Boston’s New England Conservatory.

Berlin’s New York gigging life began to pick up steam, and before too long he landed on Broadway, playing in Green Day’s American Idiot. He has since shared stages with Elton John, James Taylor, Ben Folds, Kenny Wheeler, and Rufus Wainwright; has performed in dozens of Broadway shows including Rent, Wicked, The Lion King, and Bright Star (written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell); and has appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and Good Morning America. Since 2017, Berlin has been playing in Come From Away, including in the film version currently streaming on Apple TV+

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