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Young Disciples

Among the finer sets of the early-’90s acidity jazz picture, the short-lived Adolescent Disciples featured Carleen Anderson (vocals, keyboards), Marc Nelson (bass, acoustic guitar, body organ), and Femi Williams (percussion, development). Their debut solitary arrived in 1990 with “GRAB YOURSELF Together,” that was adopted in 1991 by the very best …

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Hint

b. Jonathan Wayne, 1981, Britain. Sussex, England-based musician Hint’s debut recording, released in 2003, apparently produced its name from the area and circumstance where it was documented. Portakabin Fever’s beguiling juxtaposition of hip-hop, funk, electronica, folk and spirit was incubated and documented in a cellular home by Wayne using his …

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Hobex

Through the ashes of Dillon Fence comes Hobex. Founded by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Greg Humphreys, along with Steve Hill (drums) and Andy Ware (bass), Hobex makes oh-so-sweet spirit music with a wholesome dosage of screaming guitars. Led by the wonderful composing of Humphreys having a basis constructed on top-notch …

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Heavy Merge

The jazz band Heavy Merge was founded in NEW YORK in 1997 by bassist Orlando Marin, Jr. and vocalist Genevieve Gazon. Their 1st gig collectively was at an area club known as The Dark Celebrity Lounge. The band’s music is usually a combination they prefer to contact Latin funk and …

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The New Mastersounds

Among the cornerstone works from the U.K. retro-soul picture, the brand new Mastersounds perform taut, old-school instrumental funk having a modern energy and an excitement that has gained them rave evaluations and led these to collaborate with several major functions in Britain and america. THE BRAND NEW Mastersounds were shaped …

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DJ Krush

Japanese turntablist and producer DJ Krush is among the few island-nation artists to become embraced with the global hip-hop world. Launching materials through Sony in Japan, Mo’Wax and Virgin in the U.K., and Axiom, Darkness, and A&M in the us, Krush’s heady make of experimental, (generally) instrumental hip-hop continues to …

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The Cinematic Orchestra

The brilliantly named Cinematic Orchestra is led by composer/programmer/multi-instrumentalist Jason Swinscoe, who formed his first group, Crabladder, in 1990 as a skill student at Cardiff College. Crabladder’s fusion of jazz and hardcore punk components with experimental rhythms influenced Swinscoe to help expand explore the options of sampling, and by enough …

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N’Dea Davenport

N’Dea Davenport is normally best-known for the four years she spent with the newest Heavies, a mostly Uk, London-based retro-soul/funk clothing that was very popular in the uk in the ’90s, but recalled ’70s favorites want Tower of Power, the common White Band, Globe, Wind & Fireplace and Rufus & …

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AKA Project

British acidity jazz duo AKA Project teamed Richard Sadler and Richard Wargent, who previously documented as the NFL Horns Project before changing their name in order to avoid an unavoidable run-in using the National Soccer League. Their debut record The Travels of F-F Guy made an appearance in early 1999.

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P’taah

P’taah is another task from Atlanta-based DJ/manufacturer Chris Brann, who all in addition has recorded home music seeing that Wamdue Task (and Wamdue Productions). With P’taah, nevertheless, Brann stretched beyond the home formulas to include jazz, drum’n’bass, funk, and spirit into his appear. Brann’s initial P’taah record, Compressed Light, premiered …

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