Label: INFRACom! - IC 161-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Pop • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Future Jazz
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Nekta  Windy City  Murmuration  Tears feat. Eins Eins  Iambic 9 Poetry  At First Glance feat. Miss Lâme Slave - Jacques Higelin / Brigitte Fontaine - 15 Chansons Davant Le Déluge  Andy Herbertson . The new album means that, even after 10 years of their existence, countless concerts and two successful tours to Japan [re:jazz] remains exciting.
The self-chosen dogma in the earlier albums of creating acoustic versions of electronic originals is abandoned on Kaleidoscope and the repertoire focuses on own compositions.
Because, still using jazz as basic vocabulary, the Frankfurt band project around jazz pianist and DJ Matthias Vogt takes the liberty of extending this freedom.
Over the years, [re:jazz] has developed an own language of form which is still in the area of conflict between acoustic and electronic music and for which they are internationally recognised as pioneers, but which they use with considerably more electronic references on Kaleidoscope.
Against this background, the decision in favour of another form of production for the new album appears only logical: The new production has the support of a soul Voodoo People - [re:jazz] - Kaleidoscope in jazzanova producer Axel Reinemer. Kaleidoscope was recorded by him analogously, exclusively with vintage microphones, Various - Meenas Golden Memories Volume 2 and refined using tube compressors.
The result impresses through versatility Voodoo People - [re:jazz] - Kaleidoscope dynamic sound. A further remarkable change has left its mark on Kaleidoscope. In addition, the regular seven-man formation has been joined for the anniversary by several musical guests: The most prominent of these is undoubtedly the singer of the Brand New Heavies, the wonderful N'Dea Davenport who, together with the band, wrote the title "Don't Push Your Luck" - an ode to the inspired London sound of the early 90s.
This breathes the vibes of Soul II Soul, of a Jhelisa Anderson, or even of the Heavies and can simultaneously also be listened to as reminiscence of the Soul sound of the early 70s of a Curtis Maifield.
The Berlin star trumpeter Studnitzky is involved in three titles. They too have composed the respective title together with Matthias Vogt and thus given Kaleidoscope a further individual facet. Finally and in keeping with old tradition, some electronic originals have found their way onto the album and have been transformed by Vogt into [re:jazz] versions. For Vogt, this is not about riding on the bandwagon of past club hits. Rather, the septet is searching for hidden beauty.
Titles of respected electronic producers such as "lambic 9 Poetry" by the British sound tinkerer Squarepusher or the wonderfully melancholic "Miss You" by Trentemoeller, are placed in a new context here. Here too, things come Voodoo People - [re:jazz] - Kaleidoscope circle. Acquire, please legitimate discs, which no doubt will adorn your collection!
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