BendingCorners' annual "jazzatronic" set is a twofer this year. As with all the previous jazzatronic sets, we showcase the past year's notable examples of electronically-affected jazz grooves. Part 1 travels the urban spaces ways.

  1. Mr. Chop - Intermezzo 3
    (from: "For Pete's Sake")
  2. Rob Mazurek Quintet - The Field
    (from: "Sound Is")
  3. Darcy James Argue's Secret Society - Phobos
    (from: "Infernal Machines")
  4. The Heliocentrics - Anglo Ethio Suite
    (from: "Inspiration Information")
  5. Cosiner and James Andrews - Pathways To Hidden Dreams
    (from: "Visions")
  6. Digital Primitives - Walkabout
    (from: "Hum, Crackle, and Pop")
  7. Build An Ark - How Do We End All This Madness
    (from: "Love, part 1")
  8. Tribe - Son of Tribe
    (from: "Rebirth")
  9. Robert Glasper Experiment - Butterfly
    (from: "Double Booked")
  10. Stefon Harris - Tanktified
    (from: "Urbanus")
  11. Joel Harrison - 125 and Lenox
    (from: "Urban Myths")

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COMMENTS  on  Jazzatronic 2009, part 1 (space ways)

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Tue Apr 26 22:57:57 PDT 2011
Crissy said:
Home run!
Mon Feb 7 11:33:21 PST 2011
NeWtnet said:
great sounds, just half way thru & had to say how lovely it all is. Diggin the new horns sounds.sounds. Thanks for the constant new!
Sat Apr 17 09:11:49 PDT 2010
nks said:
A great set once more, thanx!
Wed Mar 31 13:29:42 PDT 2010
nomadikindustries said:
long time listener fist time poster nice site the playlists are great. unlike other podcast you promote the music,and not yourself THANK YOU
Tue Mar 30 21:26:56 PDT 2010
BC said:
2009 was a great year for "electronically-affected jazz grooves". So much so, that we had too much material to put into one set, so we decided to TWO sets of Jazzatronic tunes. Part 2 will be released in April, and will focus on the more beat-heavy side of the material.

As for Part 1, if you haven't yet picked up Tribe, go ahead and do so, as it is top-shelf cosmic jazz groove and very highly recommended!


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