Bassist Chris Morrissey is hardly alone in living a kind of musical double life, earning his wage with indie rock and pop bands (Ben Kweller, Sara Bareilles, and Andrew Bird, among others, including his own group, Taurus), but pouring much of his free time into jazz. The Minneapolis native, who moved to New York in 2009, has just released North Hero (Sunnyside), the second quartet album under his own leadership, and like its four-year-old predecessor The Morning World, rather than separating them, it explicitly combines elements of his twin musical universes. It’s definitely a jazz record, but its often-sweet melodies and rhythmic feel are imported from the pop-rock world without constricting the performances.