Jazzy Caravan is a GRAND peice of work that is looking to outline the silhouette of Apparel Music's soul. The jazz follows us to the sweet memories of unforgettable melodies that are interpreted by artists par excellance for a special event. Every producer represents one scene, unique and unmistakable. Jazz samples (where Oneboy project has groomed well the classical instruments - the trumpet, the piano and the double-bass) were given to every artist. Prostitune: is a modest swedish guy that marvels us with simplicity. Seems like going back in time with a next generation's vehicle. It's really a perfect start. George G uses imagination and transmits the motiv with a simple hint in the center of disc, as if the jazz transforms itself in poetry or a drumroll. Ekkohouse gives us an example of class and wonder: Caravan hides behind a research of sounds that fill up the space and wrap arround us until swallowing us.mm. Elon amazes us with an amazing 'divide and assemble, cut and stitch' technique, quoting the swing and flamenco without ever loosing the actual rhythm. Tucillo brings us to house with an up to date and sophisticated march. Kisk gives us an example of salsa with a good structured instumental version. Ali Kuru brings us back to present tense and rides the housy wave. Really impeccable. The last but not least, Domu, an artist far away from a steady sound, definitely a different school, couldn't be missed out for the jazzy lovers.
Supported by Atjazz, Stacey Pullen, DJ Sneak, Ellen Allien, Italoboyz, Mikael Stavöstrand, Jacob Husley, Riva Starr, Brothers Vibe, Secret Cinema and many others