Offering producers Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider, Boozoo Bajou certainly are a downbeat duo from Nuremberg, Germany known for mixing inspirations like reggae, dub, Cajun music, folk, jazz, and pop. They initial made an appearance in 1998 via the Stereo system Deluxe label as well as the one “Evening Over Manaus.” The incredible lounge amount drew the eye of Richard Dorfmeister, who employed the duo to remix “Delicious chocolate Elvis,” a 1999 one from Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber’s task, Tosca. That same calendar year, Bajou’s jazzy one “Under My Sensi” became the chill-out melody of preference. It landed on the 2001 debut Satta! a dub-meets-electronica work suitably named following the Jamaican Patois term for “rest.” No real surprise, after that, that their 2003 blend Compact disc Juke Joint skillfully combined Groove Armada, Burnt Friedman, Gregory Isaacs, Paul Weller, and John Lee Hooker, or the same year’s Remixes collection discovered them dealing with titles like Common, Mousse T., and Thievery Company. Their sophomore launch, Dirt My Broom, got in 2005 with country-rock hero Tony Joe White colored appearing within the solitary “CONTINUE,” while Jamaican deejay U-Brown exchanged lines with Extra fat Freddy’s Drop vocalist Joe Dukie within the monitor “Take YOUR TIME.” Another level of Juke Joint adopted in 2006 and the duo took on a fresh genre by discovering the introspective ’70s audio of California. Adding Neil Youthful, Joni Mitchell, and Jackson Browne with their long set of affects, the band’s 2009 work Grains became their most organic recording up to now. Their dark, 2014 recording 4 was another remaining turn, this time around affected by ambient dub performers like Brian Eno, the essential Route roster, and Jon Hassell.