Xenia Rubinos

By ABC Music Lounge | Mar 26th, 2016

With a delightfully unique and empowering sound that Spin recently described as "multi-genre-hyphenate instrumental textures beneath Billie Holiday-esque croons" and inspired DIY to declare, "Once Xenia Rubinos begins to sing, nothing else matters," the talented Rubinos uses her soulful voice to traverse an array of genres from R&B to Hip-Hop to jazz and beyond, all of delivered with a New York punk-funk abandon.

The album finds Rubinos assisted by longtime drummer Marco Buccelli, who produced the album, and Jeremy Loucas as engineer. The three worked an average of 16-17 hours a day for five months to complete the record which is named after "a giant black scraggly cat" that surprised Rubinos one cold night in Brooklyn.

Black Terry Cat is out now on ANTI records… get it here now

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