This week we have the privilege of speaking with Ian Wright of the band The Jack Rubies! The band first hit the scene in the mid-80s with a series of British singles. After signing to TVT Records, they released two full-length albums, Fascinatin' Vacation in 1988 and See The Money in My Smile in 1990. They're now back, 34 years later, with their new album Clocks Are Out of Time on Big Stir Records. We talk with Ian about the band's history, the new deal with Big Stir, the journey to regain control of their masters from TVT, and how the new album was put together across two continents in the middle of a global pandemic. 

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