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Brainerd alum doesn’t let pandemic slow down his music career

Robin Sedivy, who played in the BHS marching and jazz bands and now lives in St. Paul, announced the release of his upcoming album titled “GrayBeat LIVE.” The album will be available Friday, April 9, via downloading and digital streaming at youtu.be/7kD0bCSNVNU.

Sedivy calls his upcoming album of professionally mastered audio and video his best yet. The album is a collection of nine new songs and videos, and quite possibly the beginnings of a new form of multimedia altogether, he stated in an email. In “GrayBeat LIVE,” listeners will hear completely new and improvised versions of all his latest songs, hand-selected from a weekly series of live performances over the past six months.

“Prepare to be captivated by real-time 3D graphics and visuals, unique to each song, and also unique to every performance,” a news release promoting the album stated. “By creatively programming cutting edge visual technologies, new versions of his constantly evolving and always improvised collection of live songs change and respond to Robin’s improvised audio cues in an infinite number of different ways.”

Robin Sedivy started his musical project called GrayBeat in 2016. Submitted Photo


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Sedivy, who started his musical project called GrayBeat in 2016, produced his first Extended Play album in 2019 titled “Whaelstrom.” This album “grounded in West African musical traditions … combined fictional storytelling, characters and emotions, as the listener is taken on an enthralling journey, comforted by intelligent polyrhythms and intertwined

Article source: https://www.brainerddispatch.com/entertainment/music/6969769-Brainerd-alum-doesn%E2%80%99t-let-pandemic-slow-down-his-music-career

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