Remember how I said that funk ain't dead on the previous article? At the other side of the coin, Ed Longo is rejuvenating jazz with The Applied Arts Ensemble, a group of mainly jazz musicians from all around Europe. The fifth entry to the roster of Early Sounds Recordings seems definitely to be their best … Continue reading The Other Fantasy by Ed Longo, a promising modern take on jazz.
And who said that funk was dead? DJ MARRRTIN keeps the sound of that action packed genre well alive with his single Tango Hustle, which is part of the up and coming album Tango Hustle / Arash1 / Kills that is to be published by Stereophonk, a French label and pure treasure trove of full albums and tracks that ooze the … Continue reading SINGLE: Tango Hustle by DJ MARRRTIN
As a little derivation from the basic album review and articles, I decided to jump into the newest that Bandcamp has to offer and let me tell you it's pure awesomeness through and through. Rob Nasty decided for this album to take in an ensemble of musicians to create Def By Demonstration, a very fresh breath … Continue reading ALBUM: Rob Nasty – Def By Demonstration
What else than a French artist to sample French clips to a soothing album of pure mixed amazingness? Mounika Opens up his new album Walking Good with Quand Le Temps, bringing in autumn vibes and old French vocals that simply scream of Paris in the 1930's, but maybe with more swing to it than the swaying … Continue reading ALBUM: Mounika – Walking Good
Hooooly damn what pure funkyness this is. Pierre Moritz brings out an amazing piece of jazzy house through not only amazing sampling of dialog lines but also with a sax and bass that liven up the rhythmic properties of this sweet nectar of music. What brings out the best in Jsors Le Coxis Du Fémur … Continue reading MUSIC: Pierre Mortiz – Jsors Le Coxis Du Fémur