Dark and mystical, the nightmarish tales of famed horror author H. P. Lovecraft set the tone for Reuben Bradley’s bold new album on Rattle Jazz.
Reuben Bradley’s Cthulhu Rising employs a musical language that is markedly different to those demonstrated on his previous Rattle Jazz releases, the Tui Award-winning Resonator (2011), and the Tui nominated Mantis: The Music of Drew Menzies (2012). Accompanied by two-time Grammy-nominated musician Taylor Eigsti (USA), and equally renowned ex-pat bass played Matt Penman (NZ/USA), Cthulhu Rising is a treat for lovers of beautifully constructed, superbly played contemporary jazz.
Produced by Reuben Bradley, recorded by Aaron Nevezie, mixed by Steve Garden and Reuben Bradley, cover artwork by Freeman White, designed by UnkleFranc, printed by Studio Q
All compositions © Reuben Bradley 2014
Released: 06 June 2015