Here’s three recently discovered releases on the jazz scene that holds that perfect jazz vibe we seek for our nu-jazz lounge. Modern sounding, yet with that true jazz feel that we’ve come to love around here. Continue reading The Jazzy lounge
I gotta chuckle about this blog and what I’ve let it evolve into.
“Underground club tracks”. But with time I have added both ambient, synthwave and Jazz. And today it’s time to visit the wonderful world of Jazz again! Continue reading The Jazz Joint Session
Three real loungy and laid-back jazz grooves on the menu today. Pure silk. Easily accessible. These are three tracks also for those who are not yet a part of the jazz crowd. Continue reading Feelgood Jazz For The Masses
A lonely, dry sounding trumpet takes lead and delivers an atmospheric, friendly and calm atmosphere. Some might argue this is too acoustic to qualify as “electronica”, but we don’t care. Not today. It’s a great piece, suitable for a Sunday.
Today’s selected track is also a great opportunity for me to touch a genre I haven’t been near so far on this blog: Jazz. Continue reading Farnell Newton, “Monday” (ft. Jason Fabus): A jazzy Sunday jam
Have you ever asked yourself what would come out on the other side if we threw acid house, minimal, jazz, techno and deep house in a grinder and churned it real good?
Of course you have. We all have. Well, now we know! Continue reading Alex Tomb (feat. Sēbasu), “Zulu Marimbou”: Take a dip in the trippy side of the pond
The UK based artist Felix Manuel is the man behind the name Djrum, and his background from the jazz and classical music scenes are very audible in his music.
Continue reading Djrum & Lola Empire – “Waters Rising”: A polished, jazzy d’n’b experience