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Brownswood Basement: 22a Takeover with EABS & Tenderlonious, Ruby Rushton and Tom Armstrong (The Move Magazine) ‐ Worldwide FM
  • Brownswood Basement: 22a Takeover with EABS & Tenderlonious, Ruby Rushton and Tom Armstrong (The Move Magazine)

    Tenderlonious 22a boss, producer, saxophonist and latter day flute enthusiast, Tenderlonious  bridges jazz, house and beats with restless ease, with his ensemble projects Ruby Rushton and 22archestra. He took a trip to Poland and was inspired by the energy and creativity of the Polish jazz world, and channels that in this weeks Brownswood Basement session. Ruby…

    Tenderlonious

    22a boss, producer, saxophonist and latter day flute enthusiast, Tenderlonious  bridges jazz, house and beats with restless ease, with his ensemble projects Ruby Rushton and 22archestra. He took a trip to Poland and was inspired by the energy and creativity of the Polish jazz world, and channels that in this weeks Brownswood Basement session.

    Ruby Rushton

    Tenderlonious-led group jazz quintet Ruby Rushton, perform the first of two live sets, premiering two new tracks scheduled for release in 2018.

    After a whirlwind 2017 in which they released two new albums to critical acclaim, Trudi’s Songbook: Volume Two was nominated for ‘Best Jazz Album of the Year’ at Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards.

    EABS

    Electro-Acoustic Beat Session, AKA EABS, are leading the Polish jazz renaissance, blending hip-hop, jungle, funk, gospel and electronic music to add a futuristic tone to their brand of jazz. The septet use sampling and looping, merged with jazz improvisations. They perform live to showcase the best of Polish jazz.

    Astigmatic Records

    Astigmatic Records is an independent vinyl label specialising in Polish jazz, funk and psych rock records. Label bosses Lukasz Wojciechowski and Sebastian Jóźwiak chat to their signees EABS about the jazz scene in Poland.

    Tom Armstrong (The Move)

    Founder of independent print magazine The Move, Tom Armstrong passes through to discuss the publication as well as give his thoughts on the current scene in London.

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