A Rhumba original about a boy who lives above a hip music café that his parents named after him. Neighbors and musicians bustle through Remy’s day, giving him an earful and an eyeful of life as a creator as he captures the sounds on his parents' old tape recorder. Remy's Place is a musical narrative conceived, written, and produced by Rhumba co-owner Michael Rubin with singer-songwriter Richard Julian.
Remy is an idea collector who uses his parent’s old tape recorder to gather little bits of audio from the world around him, and that world is a very rich place indeed! Remy lives above a hip and happening music cafe, which his parents named after him. Musicians, artists, and artisans bustle through Remy’s Place constantly, giving the boy an earful and eyeful of life as a maker — of music, art, food, environment, home, and friendships. Remy’s Place, in short, is a window into the creative process, a celebration of humanity and our drive to create, communicate, and connect.