Preeminent Australian music magazine Beat gives the green light to the new album, calling it a “melting pot of groove and global flavours.” Read the full review here.
Encompassing storytelling, global influences and a rich sense of culture and character, Salvador is a truly enveloping celebration of love, life and belonging.
Maximillian Rudd has today released a short clip to promote the new album Salvador. The video features a look at the recording, which took place in October 2019 at Head Gap Studios in Melbourne, Australia.
Australian music media staple Forte has given Salvador its resounding approval in a recent feature article celebrating the release. Editor Talia Rinaldo writes:
The melting pot of South American, jazz, blues and roots influences that Rudd has stirred over the last few years is poured out in completely new ways on this release and is a testament to Rudd’s growth as an artist. Yet the familiar taste of everything Maximillian Rudd has given us before still lingers long after, in the best possible way.
Talia Rinaldo, Forte Magazine.
Read the full review here.
Salvador is Maximillian Rudd’s second studio album, and oozes Rudd’s trademark eclecticism, celebrating life and love with influences from around the globe. Drawing on his established penchant for intimate instrumentals and sensitive songwriting, Rudd looks to and explores new horizons with his groove-driven band.
Salvador is now streaming worldwide on all digital streaming platforms.
More info here.
Maximillian Rudd is set to release one track teaser video each day until the new album is released on 22 April. The track teaser videos offer an exclusive look behind the scenes of the recording process. Be sure to like and follow Maximillian Rudd on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date on the latest.
Maximillian Rudd has announced that his widely-anticipated sophomore album is set for release 22 April, 2020. Be sure to like and follow on social media for track teasers before the its official launch.
Maximillian Rudd today released an official music video for Waited So Long. The original track comes from his 2017 debut album, Maximillian. Check out the video below, or find out more about the album here.
Maximillian Rudd today released a music video for Quiet Farewell. The track comes from his debut album of 2017, and was written as a dedication to his late grandmother.
The video series showcases his new arrangement of the Brazilian Popular Suite by Heitor Villa-Lobos. The suite, originally written for solo guitar, is here reimagined for guitar and small ensemble, giving this classic work new life.
Read more and watch the videos here.
The following concert has been postponed due to the ongoing situation with covid-19. A new date will be announced soon.
Aussie music veteran Xavier Rudd will be joined by his brother Maximillian Rudd will at his upcoming show at Mundaring Weir Hotel in Perth, Western Australia.
The show represents Maximillian’s Western Australian debut. This show is a special one-off event and follows their 2018 Storm Boy tour together around Australia.