Last summer, Rudy Tambala announced he was switching the band name from A.R. Kane to Jübl, a three-piece with singer Maggie and multi-instrumentalist/singer Andy Taylor, for the release of their debut ‘Thinking Sweet EP’.
This summer, Jübl’s ‘Sun EP’ drops, featuring two new songs, departing from last years dub-infused guitar explorations, now mashing trance-like synths with punk guitars and rock drum machines.:
- Quiet Sun – Andy delivers a sweetly intoned reverie amidst a fusion of electronica, acid folk, grunge and warped psychedelic guitar weavings
- Sun Slips Over – starting as a piece of delicate dreampop, all toy synths and sparkling guitars, this piece rapidly mutates into perfect pop shoegaze, Andy and Maggie’s vocals awash in a maelstrom of a pile-driving punk white out
Rudy: “Our sound keeps shifting, a kinda genre mash-up; we look for the right setting for the songs and select the style that seems right. Quiet Sun started as a simple folk song on acoustic guitar with a post-apocalyptic lyric, we wanted to create a future folk vibe, a bit ‘Wish You Were Here’, a bit ‘Blade Runner’. Needless to say it is nothing like either. Sun Slips Over started with that one line, standard A-D-E chords and a hard rock beat, the rest just tumbled out over a cuppa. Rock ‘n’ roll t’rass! The two tracks were written and recorded from scratch the same day, we had been listening to Sun Ra to clear our heads and I guess his solar power just seeped in, hence ‘Sun EP’. There are more sun-tanned songs on the LP which is 2/3s recorded and due for release in July.”
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This digital-only release is available one week early (June 21st) exclusively on bandcamp, so that fans have the opportunity to donate and support the completion of the production of the debut LP aimed for release in July.
From June 28th you will find the EP on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, Saavn, Anghami, KKBox, MediaNet, Instagram/Facebook, and Shazam!.
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Rudy Tambala (of A.R. Kane ’69’ and ‘i’ No.1 indie LPs and M|A|R|R|S ‘Pump Up The Volume’ global hit), has been performing and recording with Maggie Tambala and Andy Taylor since 2015. June 2018 they decided to refresh and re-brand to Jübl for the release of their debut EP, Thinking Sweet.
June 2019 they release a second EP, ‘Sun’, in advance of their debut LP, due in July.
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Jübl (Andy Taylor, Rudy Tambala and Maggie Tambala) performing as A.R Kane at the Supernormal Festival.