Matt Pollock is a composer, bassist, and improviser who hails from the Pacific Northwest. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition and Music History at Western Washington University where he studied composition with Roger Briggs and Bruce Hamilton, and is a current candidate for the Master’s of Music at the Florida State University in Music Composition. He takes influence from many different avenues of life, including the woods of the PNW, music anywhere from Meshuggah to Machaut, slow-cooked brisket, and conversations with old friends. His latest musical interests have involved investigating sonic irregularities via digital signal processing over long durations.
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