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Santos '79
Cat: CCP 10. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Santos '79 (3:55)
Moon Over Rio (3:23)
Review: Stefano De Santis echoes purple dubstep on this live-feeled new electronic jazz dazzler, all improvised synth fusion that works well both as a danceable cut and a timeout moment. Just two tunes, 'Santos 79' and 'Moon Over Rio' come across like the morning and evening sides of De Santis' lifeworld; the former is a warm, glitzing sonic waxing, full of tweezy approach notes and Simmons drum 'pows'; the latter is a crepuscular waning, contrasting to the other by way of twinkly chime cascades and deeper chromatic blues.
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The Earthsouls EP
Cat: CCP 09. Rel: 29 May 24
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Cause & Effect (3:33)
Desire For Hire (4:28)
Protect The Ghetto Child (4:04)
Across The Tracks (3:52)
Review: Big new jazzdance from Colin Curtis' new Earthsouls project, debuting for the UK's funk-soul-jazz outfit of the same name. Made up of Curtis in collaboration with Born74, ONJ and Mark Paul Norton, the Earthsouls permit an impressive range on an out-of-body leash, keeping us grounded whilst also laying down some essence, some gist, some spirit. From the opening jam of 'Cause & Effect', across which a deterministic drum daubing from Born74 takes centre stage and shines, to the mid-moment wonky-boxy disco charmer 'Desire For Hire' and the closing funk something-or-other that is 'Across The Tracks', this is a legitimately wicked new EP, one which should probably be suppressed for its propagation of such potent sonic alchemies - that is, if we lived in a more sensible world.
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Deeper Than Black EP
Deeper Than Black EP (limited 12")
Cat: CCP 05. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Deeper Than Black (7:32)
Alzira Vida (8:23)
Ocean Drive (6:21)
Difi The Hifi (6:50)
Review: We're not sure who GeeW is but since 2021 they have served up three super fusion EPs, one on Ten Lovers Music and two on Colin Curtis Presents, which is where they return now for the third time. Their Deeper Than Black EP is a magic one that draws on all forms of jazz, soul, Latin, bossa, funk and house to cook up broken beat explorations doused in sunshine and with one eye on the stars. The title cut is a lively and vibrant jam with layers of percussion and mad Rhodes jams, 'Alzira Vida' is a little more chill but no less expertly arranged and 'Ocean Drive' then gets more dance with its prickly broken beats and lush horns. 'Difi The Hifi' is high-paced fusion brilliance.
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The Good The Jazz & The Funky 2
Cat: CCP 03. Rel: 10 Jun 22
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Por Do Sol (Sunset) (6:10)
Freestylin' (6:24)
Frodesia (5:49)
Change At 96 (6:20)
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Supernova EP
Cat: CCP 07. Rel: 07 Aug 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Supernova (7:45)
Nu Horizonz (8:00)
Subtonix (8:29)
Brazilian Freeez (6:00)
Review: Gee wizz, we've got a 'Supernova' on our hands. The eponymous UK-based producer Gee W has gone above and beyond on this fresh EP for Colin Curtis Presents, topping up the label's slick repertoire with four unusually improvisatory club numbers. With each track playing out as spiritual/noir jazz freakouts live-improvised over quantized club skeletons, pieces such as 'Nu Horizonz' and 'Subtonix' enchant and impress with their multifarious layers and impressive array of instrumental choices, from vibraphone ting to trumpet parp to bass lick.
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Tags: Latin Jazz
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Black Samba EP
Black Samba EP (limited 12")
Cat: CCP 06. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Black Samba (4:48)
Musa (Cumulative Collective rework) (5:23)
Cla Samba (feat Josue Ferriera) (5:05)
So Da Manha (7:05)
Review: Colin Curtis Presents is dropping some real heat this month with a pair of fine fusion EPs including one from GeeW and now this one from JuJu. This is another excellent transmission from the forefront of the contemporary British nu-jazz scene by Roderick Stewart. 'Black Samba' is one of those nimble and ass-wiggling rhythms the is punctuated by big horns, funky chords, busy percussion and a cool sense of style. 'Musa' (Cumulative Collective rework) keeps the life-affirming Roy Ayers melodies going over more effortlessly funky bass and 'Cla Samba' (feat Josue Ferriera) and 'So Da Manha' bring more Brazilian vibes to this superb EP.
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The Sultan's Swing Sessions
Cat: CCP 04. Rel: 06 Jul 22
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
The New Beginning (6:35)
Forever Now (6:06)
Hitchfunkers Slide To The Galaxy (4:53)
Libera Tu Mente (4:02)
Lotta Arlotto (4:43)
Review: Those who keep a keen eye on the contemporary British nu-jazz scene should already have encountered producer Tom Funk's The Sultan's Swing project. He's already released a trio of fine albums under the alias, each of which combines authentic jazz, jazz-funk and acid jazz instrumentation (provided courtesy of a rotating cast of guest musicians) with nods to trip-hop, downtempo, dub, Balearica and Latin beats. The Sultan's Swing Sessions, Funk's contribution to the Colin Curtis Presents series, takes a similar approach, with predictably excellent results. Our picks of a very strong bunch are the gently spaced-out dancefloor Latin jazz of 'Lotta Arlotto', the summery jazz-fusion of 'Hitchfunkers Slide To The Galaxy' and impeccable opener 'The New Beginning'.
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Tags: Latin | Jazz Funk | Latin Jazz
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