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Artist...............: Atjazz
Album................: Labfunk
Genre................: Acid Jazz Electronic
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2001
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.3.1 20141125
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 65 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: TntVillage

Ripped by............: Leonenero on 12/02/2017
Posted by............: Leonenero on 12/02/2017
News Server..........: news.astraweb.com
News Group(s)........: TNTVILLAGE

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Back CD 

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                       Tracklisting
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   1. Atjazz - Labfunk [06:38]
   2. Atjazz - Touch The Sun [07:13]
   3. Atjazz - Day 2001 [05:40]
   4. Atjazz - Strike [07:19]
   5. Atjazz - Kidnapped [07:12]
   6. Atjazz - All That [09:02]
   7. Atjazz - It's Complete [07:12]
   8. Atjazz - Interlude [01:20]
   9. Atjazz - Harmony [07:21]
  10. Atjazz - Heavy Weather [07:20]
  11. Atjazz - Casa De Ilusion [06:04]

Playing Time.........: 01:12:26
Total Size...........: 477,33 MB

Martin Iveson is best known as the music and sound effect producer for the illustrious Tomb Raider video games and a slew of remixes and 12-inch releases on Nottingham's DIY Records. Upon resurrection of his Mantis Recordings in 1998, he hooked up with jazz musician Pete Wraight (who's played with Charles Webster and extensively on Herbert's Bodily Functions) and Atjazz was born.Labfunk is an album that skirts on the outer rim of both deep house and broken beat, in which organic elements and heavily synthesized sounds happily co-exist. Iveson has a very keen ear for both time-honored music and fast-forward future sounds. Tracks like "Strike" exalt this, with a Herbie Hancock-esque neoprene bassline, muted trumpets and ultra-clean drum break. "Kidnapped" continues on the same path, with an aggressive bassline and more of Atjazz's signature '70s throwback muted horns, while "It's Complete" is on more of a mellow tip, with a subtle drum break, star-kissed synths and a synthetic bass line. The true standout of the album is "Harmony," the only female vocal oriented track that makes a very sudden (and tasteful) change-up from broken beat to straight house music mid-way through the track.
This is an expertly programmed album that breaks genre barriers and will appeal to fans of house, broken beat, downtempo and funk. This electronic fusion avoids the syrupy, overwrought instrumentation that has plagued this sound for so long. It's an impure record for purists of all genres, and above all, it's damn good.
[10] Labfunk - Atjazz.flac 48.439 MB
[11] Touch The Sun - Atjazz.flac 49.564 MB
[1] Day 2001 - Atjazz.flac 40.423 MB
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