Jazzatronic 2008 (66 minutes)
Its time for BendingCorners' annual showcase of standout "jazzatronic" tunes from the past year. Here are some of BC's favorite modern examples of the influence of electronics on jazz.

  1. Nik Bartsch's Ronin - Modul 46
    (from: "Holon")
  2. Dave Douglas - Flood Plane
    (from: "Moonshine")
  3. Floratone - Floratone
    (from: "s/t")
  4. The Cinematic Orchestra - Man With The Movie Camera
    (from: "Live at Royal Albert Hall")
  5. Steve Reid - Don't Look Back
    (from: "Daxaar")
  6. Nostalgia 77 - Eastwind
    (from: "One Offs, Remixes, B-sides")
  7. Venom meets Marco Di Marco - Brazilian Waltz (remix)
    (from: "Images")
  8. Our Theory - Radio
    (from: "s/t")
  9. 4 Hero - Why Don't You Talk?
    (from: "Play With The Changes")
  10. J.Rawls - Tribute to da Beatminerz
    (from: "Liquid Crystal Project 2")
  11. The Natural Yogurt Band - Lament For Piano
    (from: "Away with Meloncholy")
  12. Cro-Magnon - Black Mahogani
    (from: "Mellow Out and Accoustic")

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COMMENTS  on  Jazzatronic 2008

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Fri Jul 3 11:01:26 PDT 2009
gregorius said:
Very very good sounds. Thank you.
Wed Jun 17 12:59:43 PDT 2009
smogarock said:
damn!...love the track!!! keep'em comin' man...
Tue Jun 2 11:46:38 PDT 2009
f'eD said:
simple frantastic!
Thu May 21 11:56:06 PDT 2009
Julian said:
Thanks again for the great mix ... and please don't ever stop!!!
Fri May 8 12:06:09 PDT 2009
BC said:
Well, sheeeet.
We forgot to add something from KULLRUSK in the set.

We should have used 1 of the following tracks from KULLRUSK's amazing 'Digital' album:
"Carrie, my mother"

If we get some time, we'll try and redo the set with Kullrusk somewhere in the mix.
Tue May 5 13:51:55 PDT 2009
BC said:
A little late (which seems to be our usual these days) but better late than never.


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