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Future Sounds Of Jazz Vol 14

Format: 4xLP
Cat: COMP 515 1
Released: 07 Sep 18
Genre: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Basil Hardhaus - "Breezin'" (Compiled By Benjamin Frohlich) (4:35)
2. JTC - "Gallup" (6:33)
3. The Abstract Eye - "I Feel It In My Forehead" (5:34)
4. Jex Opolis - "Mt Belzoni" (4:28)
Side 2
1. Tee Mango - "Into The Wild" (8:37)
2. Claude Rodap - "Hiwa" (3:23)
3. Jose Padilla - "Lollipop" (I:Cube Casiotone reprise mix) (4:54)
Side 3
1. Herzel - "Devoid" (5:32)
2. David Goldberg - "Part Bells" (Benjamin Frohlich remix) (7:05)
3. Marvin Horsch - "Pace" (5:51)
Side 4
1. Matt O’Brien - "Flourish" (5:58)
2. Aubrey - "Dot 3" (Russ Gabriel remix) (7:00)
3. Marcellus Pittman - "A Mix" (7:38)
Side 5
1. Move D - "Beyond The Machine" (Compiled By Tom Bioly) (5:24)
2. Pierre Bastien - "Snide Dins" (2:48)
3. Vanishing Twin - "Under The Water" (2:38)
4. Yussef Kamaal - "Ayla" (0:47)
5. Roman Flugel - "Song With Blue" (6:24)
6. Luke Abbott - "Dumb" (1:41)
Side 6
1. Machine Woman - "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" (Kassem Mosse remix) (10:18)
2. New Jackson - "Let The Freak Come Out At Night" (5:50)
3. Albinos - "Palazzo" (4:32)
Side 7
1. The Stowaway - "A Suspicious Passenger" (5:29)
2. Isolee - "In Our Country" (6:55)
3. TB - "Unskinny Dub" (6:18)
Side 8
1. Slowdive - "Sugar For The Pill" (Avalon Emerson Gilded Escalation) (9:15)
2. Cobblestone Jazz - "Midnight Sun" (6:17)
3. Sirconical - "Jambon Mama" (4:35)
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Review

It's all change on the 14th edition of Compost's long-running Future Sounds of Jazz series, with the baton being passed to two new curators: Permanent Vacation bosses Benjamin Frolich and Tom Bioly. It was perhaps a wise move, because the duo - compiling a side each - have taken a much more liberal approach to "jazz" as a concept. The result is a hugely entertaining two-disc trawl that variously takes in immaculate deep house (Isolee, Marcellus Pittman), inspired electronica (The Abstract Eye), acid-flecked jazz-funk/house fusion (Tee Mango), hypnotic techno and spacey tech-house (Matt O'Brien, Aubrey, Herzel), synth-Balearica (Jex Opolis, I:Cube remixing Jose Padilla), ambient (Move D, Luke Abbot) and, of course, proper contemporary jazz (Yusuf Kamaal, Roman Flugel).

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