Tenderlonious has confirmed plans for a new Ruby Rushton album later this year.
The quartet is one of his most sought after projects, fusing post-bop jazz styles with breakbeat, grime, and more.
New album 'Ironside' drops on April 5th, and it's said to present a more focussed, precise vision.
Following a frenetic creative period the four-piece went into Abbey Road's Studio 3 and recorded the album over a two day period.
“This record is more disciplined and thought-out. ‘The Shakedown’ was a free, unplanned jam, but this has detailed arrangements with lots of changes”, the band leader explains.
“The tracks are shorter too – they’re more concise, as is the whole thing, which makes it more accessible. I like the idea that people can play the album quickly, then play it all over again.”
Check out lead track 'Eleven Grapes' below.
Photo Credit: Dennis Ayler
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