Maximillian Rudd has released the first video in his new Table For One miniseries, produced during the covid-19 restrictions. The videos replicate the traditional roda de choro of Brazil, wherein musicians gather around a table to jam, amidst the context of a pandemic that has forced musicians to think (more) creatively. Check out the first video of Assanhado by the great Brazilian mandolinist Jacob do Bandolim.

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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.

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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.