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  • LTJ EXPERIENCE – Bad Side

    Out only for the physical market in 12 Inch vinyl format a new unreleased track by Luca Trevisi aka LTJ Xperience for the first time with the collaboration of the American singer Anduze: Bad Side. The track is in the classic Nu Disco style that characterize the productions of Luca Trevisi’s last years with an [&hellip

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  • (Italiano) OMEGA STORIE & MTLN – Il coro delle rane (video)

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  • JAZZINCASE – BonBon City

    Bonbon City is the first summery release of a two-year musical journey, researched and written by the quartet Jazzincase. The title of the first release from the album, Bon Bon, takes its inspiration from a famous Schopenhauer’s quote. It tells us that what seems like an ordinary day is the progress of every single moment, [&hellip

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  • LO GRECO BROS – Flowbop

    The FLOW BOP Project is born a long time ago: it was the early 90’s when, from a visionary intuition, Lo Greco Bros organized a meeting between a jazz quartet and a Rap group called Radical Stuff that included, among others, DJ Skizo. This experimentation was a fusion between jazz and the world of Hip [&hellip

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  • VASQUEZ – Afrolizer

    Raffaele Vasquez, multi-instrumentalist from Salento class ’77, debuts in 2008 with a personal project that sees him struggling with the piano. Music is as spontaneous as its approach to life: curious, eclectic, romantic, elegant. Inspired by the sounds that surround him and guided by his heart, Vasquez courts the keyboard, plays with it, challenges it, [&hellip

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  • PAPIK – The Best Of Ten

    Papik is the project of Nerio Poggi, a Roman musician, author, producer and arranger who in recent years has made himself known in the Nu-Jazz / Jazz Lounge international scene with many projects in collaboration with important artists of the Italian jazz scene. He wrote the last soundtrack of Lupin III, he played in all [&hellip

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  • DOLLS COMBERS & DANA BYRD – Don’t You Ever Wonder Why

    Vincent Lacerenza and Manuele Tigani are the co-founders of Dolls Combers. The first time they met was in 2004, they shared a love for house music (with influence of jazz, soul and funk), which is the basis of their success. Manuele started using the programs to compose music and Vincent with his great experience gave [&hellip

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  • PAOLO MARINI – The Soul Of Tumbao

    The Soul Of Tumbao is the soul of Latin Jazz! Songs ranging from Funk to Latin to swing, give space to improvisation as is tradition in jazz with a soulful aroma and the typically Latin rhythm.The repertoire offers a particular selection of music ranging from SoulFunk, to Jazz and Latin Jazz. Opens the album the [&hellip

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  • ANIMAREA – Holidays in Rome

    Holidays in Rome is the title of the Animarea’s new album edited by IRMA Records. Animarea is the name of an Italian Modern Jazz Duo composed by Rossana Bern (Lead Voice) and Gabriele Toniolo (Guitarist, Songwriter and Producer). A very stylish and variegated project, which is full of contaminations. A trip between tradition and modernity; [&hellip

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  • PAPIK PRESENTS: Fabio Tullio – Coctail Sax

    La serie, prodotta da Papik e dedicata alla musica Cocktail, iniziata con il tributo a Bruno Martino e proseguita con il tributo a Mina e a Lucio Battisti, inaugura questo nuovo anno 2018 con un tributo a Fausto Papetti e al suo sax. Il noto musicista italiano è stato il precursore del genere cocktail e [&hellip

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  • HAMMOND EXPRESS – Vertigo bossa

    As in Hitchcock’s 1958 thriller Vertigo, Hammond Express pushes bossanova and easy listening to dizzy levels with its vintage sounds mixed in an orchestral score writing environment. After all this is the core style of the project led by italian keyboardist and composer Francesco Gazzara since debut album RendezVous (2003) and the soul tinged follow-up [&hellip

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  • LO GRECO BROS – Different Standards Vol. 2

    The modern idea of ‘album’ as we know it is born in the 60s. Since then, a 33rpm disc was simply a list of tracks which had been sent to the Radios by the Artist’ Labels without a real logic or any attempt to link the tracks together. Soon after, the audio cassette was invented [&hellip

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