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“Oto No Wa” (Selected Sounds of Japan 1988 – 2018)”: Album Review

The 5th entry in the Music For Dream’s Collector’s Series brings together Japan’s Ken Hidaka (pictured), Max Essa and Dr. Rob, who have expertly compiled a collection of ambient, chill-out, and jazztronica with Japanese inspired soundscapes ...
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Skalpel-“Highlight”: Album Review

Throughout the years, Marcin Cichy and Igor Pudło have been blending local, traditional jazz inspirations with means of new electronica. The duo’s early albums “Skalpel" and "Konfusion" on Ninja Tune brought them particular acclaim excellent ...
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Tim Deluxe-The Radicle: Album Review

Tim Deluxe has given us a good dose of “Jazztronica” with his latest Strictly Rhythm release ‘The Radicle.’ Recuiting jazz musicians: Jim Mullen (guitar); Rod Youngs; Enzo Zirilli (drums); Pete Wareham (sax); Jay Phelps (trumpet); John ...

Phil Gerus: Melding Jazz and Electronica

Phil Gerus digs Jazz. Phil Gerus digs Funk. Phil Gerus digs Soul and R&B. Phil Gerus digs House. Now imagine growing up in Moscow listening to Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, all legends of Jazz. Studying Classical Piano would be ...

St. Germain – St. Germain: Album Review

Ludovic Navarre, better known by his stage name St. Germain, releases his first studio album in 15 years. St. Germain is the self-titled release from Nonesuch Records, bringing to listeners a mix of his familiar style with a twist that both long-t...

St. Germain Releases Self Titled Album

St. Germain (aka Ludovic Navarre), whose albums Boulevard (1995) and Tourist (2000) originated a genre of French electronic music that later included artists like Air, has returned with his first new album in 15 years. On October 9th, Navarre ...