Future Sounds Of Jazz Vol. 14 compiled by Permanent Vacation
28 Tracks by Move D, Roman Flügel, Slowdive, Isolée, Cobblestone Jazz, Luke Abbott, remixes by Avalon Emerson, Russ Gabriel, Kassem Mosse, I:Cube a.m.o. including 3 EXCLUSIVE AND PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
CD1_01_Basil Hardhaus - Breezin'_45sec00:45
CD1_02_JTC - Gallup_45sec00:45
CD1_03_The Abstract Eye - I Feel It In My Forehead_45sec00:45
CD1_04_Tee Mango - Into The Wild_45sec00:45
CD1_05_Marvin Horsch - Pace_45sec00:45
CD1_06_Matt O'Brien - Flourish_45sec00:45
CD1_07_Aubrey - Dot 3 (Russ Gabriel Remix)_45sec00:45
CD1_08_Marcellus Pittman - A Mix_45sec00:45
CD1_09_Herzel - Devoid_45sec00:45
CD1_10_David Goldberg - Part Bells (Benjamin Froehlich Remix)_45sec00:45
CD1_11_Claude Rodap - Hiwa_45sec00:45
CD1_12_Jose Padilla - Lollipop (ICube Casiotone Reprise Mix)_45sec00:45
CD1_13_Jex Opolis - Mt. Belzoni_45sec00:45
CD2_01_Move D - Beyond The Machine_45sec00:45
CD2_02_Pierre Bastien - Snide Dins_45sec00:45
CD2_03_Vanishing Twin - Under The Water_45sec00:45
CD2_04_Yussef Kamaal - Ayla_45sec00:45
CD2_05_Roman_Fluegel - Song With Blue_45sec00:45
CD2_06_Luke Abbot - Dumb_45sec00:45
CD2_07_Machine Woman - How Can I Mend Your Broken Heart (Kassem Mosse Remix)_45sec00:45
CD2_08_The Stowaway - A Suspicious Passenger_45sec00:45
CD2_09_New Jackson - Let The Freak Come Out At Night_45sec00:45
CD2_10_Isolee - In Our Country_45sec00:45
CD2_11_Albinos - Palazzo_45sec00:45
CD2_12_Cobblestone Jazz - Midnight Sun_45sec00:45
CD2_13_Sirconical – Jambon Mama_45sec00:45
CD2_14_TB - Unskinny Dub_45sec00:45
CD2_15_Slowdive - Sugar For The Pill (Avalon Emerson's Gilded Escalation)_45sec00:45
Wow, a new chapter of this legendary series. This and the very first time it’s not compiled by Michael Reinboth, rather by Benjamin Fröhlich and Tom Bioly, the founders and masterminds behind Permanent Vacation.
Why? Simply because they both are very close friends of the Compost famlee, with an amazing musical and DJ-like tastefulness, with the knowledge-based trust of music in the vein of vibrant, jazzy electronica hybrids. And they are from Compost Records’ hometown Munich, too.
Maybe Volume 14 differs slightly to what the previous 13 brought up music-wise, but that’s the score, idea and open mindedness of this series, as it was by the compilers, and last but not least a great time for a change, too. So we welcome this, we very much appreciate and like their selection. We are sure, this will convince you.
28 tracks, 3 exclusive tracks. Enjoy!
The exciting package comes as 2-CD / 4-LP Vinyl
CD 1 is bit more clubby, CD 2 is bit more sublime downbeat/electronica or relaxed feel, well both are true listening pleasure anyway.
Several magazines voted FSOJ as one of the best compilation series of all time. With this series, starting in 1995, the term Future Jazz became a genre landmark.