Wild nature. It’s near-impossible to hear anything from Xavier Rudd without being struck by the arresting quality of his passion and musicianship—and the way they intertwine.
Jan Juc Moon, the latest entry in an already-exhaustive catalogue, continues to showcase why Rudd is one of the country’s most successful First Nations exports.
Weaving together organic sounds of nature and wildlife, themes of environmentalism and Indigenous history—and powerful compositions that sees him working with the likes of J-MILLA or the Slabb Brothers—Jan Juc Moon is one of Xavier Rudd ‘s most resonant albums to date.
Stream: Xavier Rudd, Jan Juc Moon
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