1. Carsten Rubeling - Volk // People - Inner Ocean Records
  2. Carsten Rubeling - Volk // People - Inner Ocean Records
  3. Carsten Rubeling - Volk // People - Inner Ocean Records
  4. Carsten Rubeling - Volk // People - Inner Ocean Records

Carsten Rubeling

Volk // People

Regular price $11.99

Catalog: INNER122
Format: Digital // Tape Cassette // Streaming

White Tapes // 100 copies worldwide. Exclusive Tape Release with Waltz Tape Store in Tokyo. 50 copies available through Waltz and 50 copies through Inner Ocean Online.

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Carsten Rubeling - trombone, keyboards
Andre Wickenheiser - trumpet, flugelhorn
Steve Fletcher - keyboards
Steve Shepard - bass, synth bass
Colin Adhikary - drums

Composed/Arranged/Produced by Carsten Rubeling
Co-produced by Sean Nimmons-Patterson
Recorded by Patrick Palardy at Public Lunch Studios
Mixed by Trey Mills at Unbound by Sound
Inner Ocean Records © 2019


Trombonist and Composer, Carsten Rubeling features his debut album on Inner Ocean Records. A powerful and fluid blend of jazz, soul, hip-hop and electronic music, skillfully navigating between traditional and modern influences on a distinctive sonic path.

Rubeling wrote and produced VOLK//PEOPLE with a vision to mix acoustic and electronic palettes in a way that never obscures its human feel. He weaves a fabric of hard-hitting drums, soulful improvisations and warm synthetics with the vibes of a live, instrumental mix tape.

Originally from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Carsten Rubeling is one of Canada's most active and dynamic trombonists and composers, highly in demand playing a wide array of music from jazz and classical music to hip hop, salsa and everything between.

Carsten completed his Masters Degree in Jazz Performance at the City University of New York where he studied with Michael Philip Mossman, Antonio Hart and Michael Dease. He earned his Undergraduate degree in Jazz Studies from Humber College in Toronto where he played alongside some of the Canada's best jazz musicians including Pat LaBarbera, Alastair Kay, and John MacLeod.

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3. Michelada
4. Great Divide
5. Boreal
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