The debut of this tenor saxophonist from Boston immediately turns on the necessary lights. Do not fear a fashionable connection with other trendy dances such as dubstep, jungle or garage what could be the title reference (grime). The two-minute Joshua Redman-esque sax solo by Tucker, which then turns into catchy soul jazz with Hammond B3 (Jake Sherman in Jimmy Smith-style) and guitar (Carl Eisman as nephew of Grant Green) shows what it's all about. The gentlemen know their jazz history. The compositions of Antell are anchored in the past but with a very personal twist as furthermore appears in 'I Mean You' (their trip to New Orleans on the basis of this Monk classic), the blues of 'Difference Maker' and their look at postbop ('Home Stretch').
Club jazz of top level. Absolutely discoverable.
(translated from Flemish)