The Hamburg acid-jazz troupe referred to as disJam increasingly slanted their instrumental talents toward the electronica and trip-hop crowds. Produced in the first ’90s, the music group came jointly around keyboard participant Ralf Petter, bassist Sascha Panknin, percussionist Oliver Schumacher, guitarist Volker Kurnoth, and reed participant Ole Janssen. The collective shortly became popular in the continental acid-jazz picture, and documented their self-titled debut record in 1995 (in addition, it gained American distribution through Instinct’s THAT IS Acid solution Jazz series). Steadily shedding instrumentalists because the focus considered digital music and dance-jazz fusion, disJam documented three albums for Yo Mama, frequently with help from vocalists (the 1996 record Phuturing the Poetry of Lemn Sissay was a cooperation with Sissay, a Manchester poet). In 1998, the music group — basically right down to a trio of Panknin, Petter, and Schumacher, plus recent addition Christoph Kähler on vocals (sometimes) and electric guitar — agreed upon to Shadow Information and released Come back from the Manchurian. Once more distributed in the us, disJam came back in 2000 with Cross types Honey.