Always-great work from Jazztronik – a record that seems to open yet another great chapter in their endless pursuit of the groove! As before, keyboardist Ryota Nozaki is very firmly at the helm of the proceedings – playing a mixture of acoustic piano and electric keys in a way that ... (New Grooves) read moreCD
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Do these guys ever get tired of making great records? We think not – and this sweet little 8 track set is more than proof of that fact! The album's a slice of Jazztronik's mellower side – the warmer, jazzier, more Brazilian-styled tunes that have always set them apart from most other ... (New Grooves) read moreCD
Jazztronik alone are great enough – but this excellent collection really takes them to a whole new level, by letting in collaborative talents on a host of remixes – all of which further expand the groove of Jazztronik's recent Cannibal Rock and En:Code albums! In recent years, ... (New Grooves) read moreCD
A great set of jazzy club tunes – selected and mixed by Jazztronik – and served up in a style that seems to make the tunes resonate even more strongly together! There's a "best of the best" sound here that's evident from the very first tune – as Jazztronik hand-pick ... (New Grooves) read moreCD
This Japanese group have certainly grown up a lot – and this beautiful album is their most mature in years! The combo is fronted by singer Ann Sally – whose English language vocals add a tremendous amount of sophistication to the record – snaking forth in a cool jazzy style that ... (New Grooves) read moreCD