Musical Twins Meet The Maguire Twins — drummer Carl and bassist Alan, 22. They were born in Tokyo, raised in Hong Kong and now live in Memphis. Seeking Higher Ground (Three Tree Records) is their stateside debut and it couldn’t be more impressive. As produced by Donald Brown (who has been at the helm for all eight of sax man Kenny Garrett’s brilliant albums), the sound is extraordinary, filled to the brim with the kind of sudden stops and starts that would befuddle most musicians. Saxophonist Gregory Tardy, trumpeter Bill Mobley and pianist Aaron Goldberg take the kind of circuitous solos that always lead back to the main theme but go so far out on a ledge that you almost wonder how they’re going to get back. Drummer Carl takes Elvin Jones as his muse and you can hear it. He’s a syncopated fool, daring you to second-guess his thumps. With the kind of post-bop material that’s easy to listen to but hard to play, these twins have now officially joined the ranks of such historical jazz brother teams with names like Heath, Brecker, Marsalis, Farmer, Montgomery and Mangione. Welcome to the club, boys.