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  • SABO and ZEB – Global warmbeats

    Zeb, born of Italian and Gypsy parents, moved to England at the early age of 16. At 20 he moved to L.A. and played guitar with the band The Indians (produced by rock master producer Dave Jerden). After moving to NYC at 22, Zeb helped start the great Organic Grooves party and is co-responsible for [&hellip

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  • AMANA MELOME’ – Indigo red

    American, born in Europe Amana Melome’ grew up exposed to music from around the world. Both grandparents were heavy in the international Jazz scene; her grandfather Jimmy Woode started as the youngest musician in Duke Ellington’s band and toured as one of the golden men of Jazz until his recent passing. “My grandmother was a [&hellip

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  • MUSETTA – Mice to meet you !

    The careers of bass player/dj/producer Matteo Curcio and singer/art director Marinella Mastrosimone converged in 2006 to form Musetta. The duo’s backgrounds are rather different: while Matteo has his roots deep in electronic music, with a love for Kraftwerk and 70’s German cosmic music, but grew up studying jazz, Marinella’s main influences are Italian 70’s prog [&hellip

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  • UNITED PEACE VOICES – Zamling shide

    United Peace Voices were founded after a meeting between Tibetan Lama Gangchen Rimpoche and the late Allen Ginsberg. On their first album a female choir and the Lama’s mantras meet the production from some of the best names from the IRMA team. The result is a unique mixture of Asian traditional melodies and electronic arrangements, [&hellip

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  • OHM GURU – Echo

    Second album Ohm Guru, six years after ‘The Groove Improver’. A synthesis of his constant musical research, from Breakbeat Jazz to the most sophisticated House, via Downtempo and Chill Out. Several vocal tracks including a wonderful cover of The Smith’s ‘Please, please, please’ sung by Elise (Be Noir, Black Mighty Orchestra). DJ Rodriguez and Massimo [&hellip

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  • BLACK & BROWN – Cool affair

    Second outing for one of the most known and respected partnerships on the Italian Funk scene. Smoother Jazz sound that, in a very refined way, maintains this band recognizable among other bands in the same vein. An entirely instrumental album, exploring the atmospheres of the Acid Jazz moods and reaching new sounds that neighbour Electronica [&hellip

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  • OHM GURU – The groove improver

    Ohm Guru hits you with an amazing album. Perfect background music, chilling as the electric groove tinkles away as instrumental tracks carry you away. Special remastered version including some unreleased tracks and remixes. Also available on vinyl. link to

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  • BLACK & BROWN – File Under Funk

    ‘File Under Funk’, Black & Brown’s debut, is a very captivating album, almost completely instrumental, with two vocal cuts. All tracks are originals except for James Brown’s ‘Too Funky in Here’, arranged in a trip hop vein. link to

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