With "Por el Mar" Josete Ordoñez created in 2009 his personal masterpiece and established a completely unique style. Four years later, this sound is more relevant than ever. Thus, it was natural to entrust some of the best producers and musicians with remixes. For the selection and production support Ozella Music won the Klassik Lounge DJ Nartak.
The legend is back. The Paderborn based blues man with British-American roots releases his most authentic and insistent album so far. A very mature blend of reflective, slow songs and vivid rhythms. Just like on his previous albums, the one thing that keeps all songs together is Pete Aldertons rough signature voice.
After successfully adapting chanson, jazz and pop, Randi Tytingvåg now draws her inspiration form American folk and blues. “Lights Out” often reminds one of a Norwegian version of Norah Jones in her early days.
With the new CD “Dance On Deep Waters” the excellent quartet continues its journey through the “Old German Songbook”. Meaningful folk songs of the romantic period become an intoxicating feast for the senses which gets under ones skin.
Pre Release Concert:
Saturday, April 27th 2013, 21:30 h
Jazzahead Scoda Clubnight
Fighting darkness with mystic harmonies and swinging rhythms. Kari Ikonen has entered the major league of the pianotrio-format.
Paco „El Niño“ Machuca has forged a unique personal style fusing the jazz-guitar with flamenco-rhythms derived from the tangos and bulerias.
In the 70s and 80s, Punk and Bossa Nova were merged into an exciting new genre called Nouvelle Vague. Thirty years later, Maximilian Geller has given birth to an equally adventurous and unique blend of styles: folkmusic-jazz.
Memnon is built around an equally simple and striking ambition: Keeping the music as pure as possible. Relying on nothing but voice and piano, Ruth Wilhelmine Meyer and Helge Lien are eliminating the delay between the moment of creation and an emotional response in the listener.
„Let´s make new choices now.“ Vocalist Rena Meyer Wiel is taking the name of her quartet WHITE CANVAS quite literally. Similar to some of the artists she's worked with, including Bobby McFerrin and Herman van Veen, freedom of expression is of vital importance to her – and music truly constitutes an empty canvas for depicting sonic reflections on an increasingly interconnected planet.