"You prayed every night to sweet baby black Jesus that this would happen and it finally has. Pianist Elliot Galvin and I have made an album” (Binker Golding)... Binker Golding (the sax in Binker and Moses) is “Coltranesque” according to John Fordham’s review of jazz in 2018 for The Guardian, and this record sees him forging a new partnership with Elliot Galvin, whose “technical brilliance is matched with a very British sense of eccentricity” (The Jazz Mann). “The combination of saxophonist Binker Golding and pianist Elliot Galvin is guaranteed to be awe-inspiring” says London Jazz News, and this full album doesn’t disappoint. Elliot describes the record as “high energy and spontaneous”, which is definitely on point - an energy it maintains for over 40 minutes. Six new tracks recorded at The Vortex in London, which pull on all Binker’s and Elliot’s technical repertoire and delve into the experimental recesses of the minds of two of London’s young foremost exponents of jazz.