Jazz Meets the Boom Bap: Amon Drum and Ben Rubin dream up a soundtrack for strange times

One session yielding two completely different records from the same music: That was the plan when Jeffrey Amon and Ben Rubin  — accomplished producers and engineers who came of age during the golden era of rap in the ’80s and ’90s— assembled an all-star jazz quartet to record the live session that resulted in Tilted.

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