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Album Review

Throughout its entire career, Jazzanova has been largely renowned predominately for its high-quality remixes for various artists. Whenever a Jazzanova remix was presented, it was more often than not an event for downtempo fanatics rather than whoever was on the A-side. This time around, though, the tables have been turned and other artists take a stab at interpretations of songs from Jazzanova's 2002 full-length debut. Labelmates from the Compost community (Beanfield, Yukihiro Fukutomi, Moonstarr, and Kyoto Jazz Massive) all take a stab at remixing their friends, delivering the Brazilian-tinged downtempo concoctions that made Compost one of the most innovative labels of the '90s. But not content with keeping it in the downtempo/chill-out vibe, Jazzanova reaches out to hip-hop producers (Jazzy Jeff, King Britt, Madlib, P Smoovah) and broken beat heads (Ayro, Bugz in the Attic, Domu, Vikter Duplaix) as well as French indie post-rockers Stereolab — who churn out an amazing remix of "Another New Day." This wide diversity in choosing the remixers is a smart move, as it gives a little bit of everything to people who like certain aspects of Jazzanova's work but not others. Giving new interpretations (two discs worth at that!) not only shows how strong an album In Between is, but gives it an entirely new life in the eyes of listeners who might not be hip to the eclecticism that is a hallmark of the Jazzanova sound.


Formed: 1995 in Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Berlin's Jazzanova collective formed in 1995, after DJing with one another at a club called Delicious Doughnuts. Alexander Barck, Claas Brieler, Roskow Kretschmann, Stefan Leisering, Axel Reinemer, and Jürgen von Knoblauch shared a common goal of blending their collected inspirations together to create a new, sophisticated sound, with debts owed to nearly every form of dance-oriented music from the past several decades. Like a lot of upstart producers and underexposed jazz-funk ghosts of the past,...
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