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The Anomaly

DJ Logic

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Album Review

On his second solo album, DJ Logic creates a true anomaly in the electronic jazz genre: a set that remains true to the improvisational spirit of jazz and makes you want to shake your ass. Unlike recent techno jazz albums by artists such as St. Germain, the songs on The Anomaly never drift into dull repetition — each tune constantly surprises with unexpected turns. The Anomaly is a bit fresher and funkier than his equally excellent debut Presenting Project Logic, which tended toward the dense and industrial. Logic earned his pedigree working with latter-day jazz saints such as Vernon Reid and Medeski Martin and Wood, and both Reid and Medeski lend a hand to their disciple on this album. In particular, Medeski's funk organ gospel adds an extra kick to "French Quarter," a nasty jam replete with a Tower of Power-like horn refrain. He and his excellent band Project Logic dip into trip-hop with "Black Buddha," layering velvety sax and flute melodies and ambient accompaniment. "Soul Kissing" finds Logic delving into Eastern rhythms with a violin playing the main melody and tablas filling out the sound. He even pulls off a deft hip-hop tune on "The Project," thanks to Subconscious' heady rap. Logic experiments on several tracks to varying success, including a bizarre meld of industrial and aria on "Hip-Hopera," which sounds like an eerie ghost haunting a sheet metal factory. But no matter what concoctions he tries, Logic keeps it lively and intense. The Anomaly works well whether you're on the dancefloor or sitting on the living room floor.

Customer Reviews

Awsome

Logic prevails. This album is a tasteful blend of improvisation, jazz, and hip-hop. Similar to the sounds Rjd2 and Madvillian, DJ logic pulls off another great album

Inspired.

Great album. Logic mixes two genres seemlessly while adding his own touch. I would recommend highly to anyone with a taste for jazz or hip-hop or just looking for a chill album.

Pretty hip material

Introduced to DJ Logic through MMW, it was nice to find a solo album. I listened to it lots then put it down for many years. I dusted it off earlier today, and it still sounds very very hip. The best tracks are "Ron's House", "Frequency One", "Bean-E Man", "Miles Away", and "Black Buddah". The perfect addition to a good party, this album is very good, and not too intrusive.

Biography

Born: The Bronx, New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Turntable maestro DJ Logic (real name Jason Kibler) is widely credited for helping to bring jazz into hip-hop's sphere of influence. Hailing from the Bronx, he kicked off his adventures on the decks in the 1980s by playing at local community events. The next decade, however, saw him growing rapidly in stature as a pro musician. First he joined the group Eye & I, performing with such bands as Living Color and Body Count. He then hooked up with talented jazz trio MMW (keyboardist John Medeski,...
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