Posts Tagged: Electronic

/ Jazz

Meeting By Chance – Inside Out [Interview]

Gentle, touchy, dreamy, sensitive, sounds like love. Rhythmically it’s very cool and easy, especially by it’s tempo, characterized by acoustical drum kit with an accent at jazz ride. Highly detailed production and skilled sound design by the artist perfectly swims in

/ Jazz

Meeting By Chance – Inside Out [Interview]

Gentle, touchy, dreamy, sensitive, sounds like love. Rhythmically it’s very cool and easy, especially by it’s tempo, characterized by acoustical drum kit with an accent at jazz ride. Highly detailed production and skilled sound design by the artist perfectly swims in

/ Jazz

Bugge Wesseltoft – New Conception Of Jazz: Film Ing

Experimental, as artists nature has always been, Film Ing represents Bugge’s highest peak of electro-jazz fusion which he pioneered years before. Invisible line of synthesis between digital and acoustic is his specialty. Emotionally rich, intelligent, sometimes schizophrenic, with a touch of

/ Jazz

Bugge Wesseltoft – New Conception Of Jazz: Film Ing

Experimental, as artists nature has always been, Film Ing represents Bugge’s highest peak of electro-jazz fusion which he pioneered years before. Invisible line of synthesis between digital and acoustic is his specialty. Emotionally rich, intelligent, sometimes schizophrenic, with a touch of

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Flanger – Midnight Sound

Different, jazz-tronical, futuristic and noisy, still very warm and mellow in a jazz manner. It completely fits my Jazz category, but it’s certainly not an album for jazz purists. The duo of programmer/musicians associated with the Cologne, Germany, experimental scene, Burnt Friedman and Atom

/ Jazz

Flanger – Midnight Sound

Different, jazz-tronical, futuristic and noisy, still very warm and mellow in a jazz manner. It completely fits my Jazz category, but it’s certainly not an album for jazz purists. The duo of programmer/musicians associated with the Cologne, Germany, experimental scene, Burnt Friedman and Atom

/ Funk

Tony Allen – Psycho On The Bus

This unique album, released in 2000 for Comet Records, was made while riding the big tour bus, Allen and L jammed extensively, the Doctor programming his iBook and Allen percussing on whatever came to hand. They liked what they were

/ Funk

Tony Allen – Psycho On The Bus

This unique album, released in 2000 for Comet Records, was made while riding the big tour bus, Allen and L jammed extensively, the Doctor programming his iBook and Allen percussing on whatever came to hand. They liked what they were

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by

The Detroit Experiment

Starts galactic with a strong kick and an echoed cry of Marcus Belgrave’s trumpet.  Instant catch of attention as it’s different from anything heard before. It just doesn’t stop being impressive till it’s very end. It’s an amazing blend of artists

The Detroit Experiment

Starts galactic with a strong kick and an echoed cry of Marcus Belgrave’s trumpet.  Instant catch of attention as it’s different from anything heard before. It just doesn’t stop being impressive till it’s very end. It’s an amazing blend of artists

Miles Davis – Doo Bop

Doo-Bop was Miles Davis’ final studio album, which would have marked the beginning of his turn to hip-hop-oriented tracks. However, Davis died on September 28, 1991, at which time only six pieces for the album had been completed. To finish

Miles Davis – Doo Bop

Doo-Bop was Miles Davis’ final studio album, which would have marked the beginning of his turn to hip-hop-oriented tracks. However, Davis died on September 28, 1991, at which time only six pieces for the album had been completed. To finish