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Jazz, Funk, Soul Brain Boogie is the fresh new album from the Nils Landgren Funk Unit sideman Andy Pfeiler, his fifth solo flight to this date. Lyrically a political statement but also a tribute to the funk. Andy Pfeiler manages to reinvent himself with a sound leaning towards contemporary R & B and with a distinct live-in-the- studio feel. And he always does it with a twist. A little something for your mind as well as your feet, as the title implies.
Roman Schuler extended Trio
Jazz, Groove, Hip-Hop & Elektronic RSxT combines the lyrical power of the piano with the vitality of groove music. „On Behalf Of Myself“ is a fresh and contemporary interpretation of jazz, that brings the sound between the worlds of Jazz, Hip Hop and Electro to life. „Plus x“ gives the band a special impulsivity and a dynamic range from solo-piano to a full fusion band-sound.
The Savage Five
Classic Crossover Prepare to hear the sublime. Charismatic Irish soprano, jazz vocalist and songwriter Suzanne Savage (described as "Ireland's hidden music hero" (BBC N.I.)) joins forces with a unique contemporary string ensemble from the Netherlands to create songscapes: vocal music where anything is possible.
Vocal Pop Jazz Jazz and soul are the crispy core. Pop is the creamy coating. Funk is the spice. All together make a fine confectionery and Rieke Katz is the confectioner. In her music various styles meet and tickle the ears of pop music fans, as well as those of jazz listeners.
Luca Hladek Quartett
Jazz So jung wie reif präsentiert sich diese famose Formation, die aus dem fruchtbaren Stall der Big Band des Karlsruher Helmholtz-Gymnasiums hervorgegangen ist.
Soul, Funk, Jazz Soulcafé – das ist die Funk & Soulband in Karlsruhe. Fette Bläserriffs, eine spürbar eingespielte Rhythmsection, kombiniert mit einer warm klingenden Gesangsfront, lassen die totgehörten Soulklassiker durch frische Arrangements neu aufleben.
Triphop, Electronic, Jazz LGFN is presented here as diverse and multifaceted as the Black Forest itself. With its cranky coolness, noticeably influenced by relaxing electronic Trip Hop sounds of the nineties, The Sea evolved into a small catchy hit.
Classic Crossover Introducing TwoVersus: new music for voice and cello. Charismatic Irish soprano, jazz vocalist and songwriter Suzanne Savage (described as "Ireland's hidden music hero" (BBC N.I.)) joins forces with New Zealand’s young virtuoso cellist Hugo Smit to create songscapes: vocal music that challenges the listener with its emotional intensity, daring you to avert your gaze.