Jazzatronic 2005 (70 minutes)
BendingCorners' annual set of the past year's finest "jazzatronic" tunes. A collection of jazz-based electronically-influenced groovers with modern production techniques.

artist song album time
Nostalgia 77 Your and Me The Garden 0:40
Skalpel Shivers Konfusion 5:05
Dave Douglas The Real Roscoe Keystone 9:05
Erik Truffaz Tantrik Saloua 13:15
Wallace Roney Stargaze Mystikal 18:20
David Borsu Late Night Swing Reminiscent EP 24:20
Paola Fedreghini & Marco Bianchi Spread Your Love Several People 29:00
Povo We Are Povo We Are Povo 35:05
The Five Corners Quintet Lighthouse Chasin' The Jazz Gone By 39:25
Jukka Eskola Buttercup s/t 44:20
Chico Hamilton El Tor (mark de clive-lowe remix) Impulsive (comp) 51:45
Bonobo Recurring Live Sessions 56:55
Broken Sound Collective Death Ain't Nothing single 61:15
Four Tet Sun Drums and Soil Everything Ecstatic 65:25

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Fri May 26 08:39:32 PDT 2006
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Tue May 23 19:33:59 PDT 2006
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Once again, great sounds. The slice of Dave Douglas was especially sweet.
Mon May 15 04:08:59 PDT 2006
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fine slice of sunny funk; outstanding as ever. 2 bad you cut a piano chorus (in the mix somewhere 'round 25') that seemed promising... peace
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Sat May 6 05:41:36 PDT 2006
Fede said:
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Thu May 4 12:20:21 PDT 2006
ATCQ said:
Igulamente, es mucha la espera al mes para que incluyan un nuevo mix, de hecho, todos los que estan en la pagina son muy buenos.
Felicidades.
Tue May 2 10:11:15 PDT 2006
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The only thing I hate about your monthly mixes is how depressed I get that I don't have as much music as you. Maybe you could start to suck a little more just to make me feel better. I'd appreciate it.
Sun Apr 30 07:57:53 PDT 2006
namorzyn said:
thanks for skalpel again!

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