Ruby Rushton + Emma-Jean Thackray at Ghost Notes

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Love Supreme Festival’s new sister platform Supreme Standards launches the first show of a new monthly live residency at Ghost Notes on 31st January, featuring two of the city’s most innovative acts: Ruby Rushtonand Emma-Jean Thackray

Ghost Notes in Peckham will be our home once a month for a double bill of live music, supported by Supreme Standards’ DJs.
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Ruby Rushton -
Fronted by flautist, saxophonist and producer Tenderlonious, Ruby Rushton are an integral part of South London’s rich sonic tapestry, tying together some of the most prolific members of the 22a label. Their most recent release, ‘Trudi’s Songbook Volume Two’, is an essential, groove-orientated album that looks upwards and forwards.

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Emma-Jean Thackray -
Whilst multi-instrumentalist Emma-Jean Thackray is armed most notably by a trumpet, her creative output is anything but limited. She wrote, produced and played every live instrument on her ‘Ley Lines’ EP, and produced a track for the seminal CHICAGOxLONDON record. Emma-Jean Thackray will be playing a full set of rich, tumbling, contagious tracks on Supreme Standards’ first show — single-handedly.

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