Mwandishi-era Herbie Hancock meets space-weight, instrumental noir on new Edrix Puzzle album

London-based band Edrix Puzzle (project adjacent to Planet Battagon) is releasing ‘Coming of the Moon Dogs, an album of reimagined Mwandishi-era Herbie Hancock meets space-weight electronics, classical violin and instrumental, analogue noir.

Led by producer, multi/instrumentalist and drummer Nathan ‘Tugg’ Curran, the puzzle is completed by Tom Mason (double bass), Darren Berry (violin), plus Oli Savill (percussion) and Martin Slattery (bass clarinet & sax) (two long-time Curran collaborators and members of Planet Battagon).

Guest Mix: Nathan ‘Tugg’ Curran

Bold ideas, shimmering improvisation, bass-weight electronics, and intergalactic riffs travel throughout the upcoming album.

With the new full-length record dropping on 28th October, we can get familiar with the intriguing lead track below.

Rising from the rubble of Planet Battagon’s cosmic collision of shimmering improvisation and bass-weight electronics, producer, multi/instrumentalist and veteran drummer, Nathan “Tugg” Curran returns with London-based ensemble, Edrix Puzzle’s latest celestial disturbance.

Pre-order Coming of the Moon Dogs here.

CF Smith

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