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periklis biskinis x xenia gargali – Feel the Music (Spotify)

“Feel this Funk / Jazz tune from a greek duo. We liked the lyric combination of both artists singing together and the clarity of music instruments. Recommended creation.”

A romantic letter to energy of music

Lo Boii – Save Us (Spotify)

“A soft and gentle voice with a touch of jazz, it's like a cream pie with cinnamon, perfect and luscious. A song which will help you to relax in the late evening. Now let's close our eyes and feel like sail along a calm river like a paper boat. ”

“Мягкий и нежный голос с нотками джаза, это как - кремовый пирог с корицей. И он идеальный, не приторный. Это то, что поможет расслабиться поздним вечером, возможно вдвоем. А теперь закроем глаза и плывем по спокойной реке пытаясь спасти нас.”

With instrumentally brilliant production from Aalias —co-producer of the Grammy-winning Eminem and Rihanna single "The Monster" —and shining falsetto runs from Corey Latif —a two-time Grammy-nominated songwriter who’s written for Usher, Musiq Soulchild, Faith Evans, and more— Lo Boii is a project made with soul from the ground up.

Lo Boii’s previously released singles “Floor Seats” and “Sweeter,” which blend faithful nods to the pair's influences with a distinct, surprising new flavor. Tracks like “Chakra” shine a light on the pair’s blend of old-school funk licks and soulful vocal runs with a wholly original take on modern electronica. Layered sheets of sound combine with an underlying steadiness to form a masterfully crafted mosaic, and gems like their electrofunk cover of “She Drives Me Crazy” by Fine Young Cannibals put Latif’s falsetto chops on full display.

Mirek Coutigny – Atlas (Electronic Rework) [feat. Elias Devoldere] (Spotify)

“Mirek Coutigny in collaboration with Elias Devoldere gives an electronic rework of Atlas under Icarus Records. An electronic jazztronica with beautiful atmosphere and funk guitar, ticklings drum set selection and smooth keys. Wonderful chill out!”

In recent years, pianist and producer Mirek Coutigny has worked on his own world of sound with electronic and acoustic instruments. He improvised on sketches that he wrote over the last 10 years and reworked them for piano, strings, percussion and electronics. This culminated into the release of his first EP in 2018, 'Revisions #1'.

After the first album, a live set was created with Jonathan Bonny (percussion) and Jolien Deley (cello). In this formation they won both the audience prize and the jury prize for the Leffingeleuren 2019 festival.

His second album sounds a lot more intuitive and organic: where debut album “Revisions # 1” was a record of thoughts, “The Further We Ventured” is a record from the heart. Sometimes complex, sometimes amazingly accessible; comparisons with Jóhann Jóhannsson or Ólafur Arnalds are never far away.

Any Gama – The Bunker Session: Running Ahead feat. AntiMatterHorns (Video)

Running Ahead is an original by Any Gama. It’s the first song we ever rehearsed, performed and recorded. A sweeping dynamic jazz fusion number, reminiscent of Snarky Puppy’s “Lingus”, it’s always our show opener and it always gets the crowd going. This time we took it to Bunker Studios in Brooklyn NY and recorded it live with 14 musicians, including a horn section powerhouse for which we collaborated with our friends from all-brass band AntiMatterHorns. The mixing and mastering was done by 14 times Grammy Award winning sound engineer Andreas K. Meyer.

Any Gama is a New York based, internationally faced, multicultural jazz fusion and world music group. We believe in speaking to everyone in the world with the language of music, and creating a conversation in that language using the tradition of jazz improvisation. We bring a message of peace and unity, because as long as we can all enjoy music and respect our cultural similarities and differences through it, we are all equal as human beings on this planet.



Soto – Shogun (Spotify)

Soto – Shogun


Shogun was written amidst a depressive episode for members of the band. It represented that strange place of pain and anxiety, it was a battle to write. Influence from Japan in Soto's writing led this song to be called Shogun. The song is full of space with lots of delay and echo on the guitar and drums which is use the ride to create a wall of sound.

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