Live at Tammany Hall Vol. 1 by Krychek & FJAZZ:. Krychek & FJAZZ have been busy in the studio the last few months working on the Live at Tammany Hall EP to be released in two volumes. Fusing Krychek’s “dreamy electronic 80’s flair” with FJAZZ’s “live experimental electronica” the two producers were able to create heavy hitting, synth’d out dance ballads accompanied by live instrumentals leveraged from their residence at Tammany Hall NYC. This is not the first time both artists have come together and collaborated as Krychek’s first EP, named simply KRYCHEK, was mixed and mastered by FJAZZ. They also produced the track “Embody” featured in the soundtrack of the Sundance hit “Concussion”. VOLUME II COMING OUT SOON! Credits: Producer, mixer, master engineer, musician, sound designer. Press
Sound Bending by FJAZZ:. Peace, action, diversity, freedom and movement. New York producer/sax player Fjazz releases his second solo CD. “Sound Bending is a cinematic audio experience that combines jazz, electronica, live playing and carefully crafted sound design.” Credits: Producer, mixer, musician, sound designer, composer. Review
Posthuman Times by FJAZZ:. Welcome to the world of posthuman music! Fernando Arruda, Aka Fjazz, mergers his live saxophone, guitar, clarinet and flute performances with heavily produced electronic music. This album is tailored for Jazz, Brazilian and electronic music fans. Credits: Producer, mixer, musician, sound designer, composer. Review
Unique Agenda by Dark Inc.:. “[…]Analyzing the headline carefully we notice a dual interpretative matrix: they can see themselves like an enterprise (understood as company/organization) directed towards the production of niche music as well as incorporated darkness, that is, all those aspects of the human mind which often and unwillingly turn out scabrous, unseemly and dark. The intent is to propose a scheming product which can interest the ears of several listeners’ typologies.” Kovach 2007. Credits: Co-producer, musician (saxes, flute EWI4000s), composer, Live DJ. Review
Jazz’n'Bass Remixes Vol.1 by FJAZZ:. - To a “digital-era” 15 year old, listening to early Jazz recordings is same as watching 1950’s television shows in black and white. The modern listener has been bombarded with high-fi bass-music, rendering low-fi classic Jazz tunes obsolete, sonically wise. There is so much to learn from Jazz, however, to many it simply sounds OLD. Jazz’n’Bass, developed by FJAZZ, aims to update the sound of classic Jazz recordings to new generations of bass-music listeners. Credits: Producer, mixer, musician, sound designer, composer.
Live Mixtape #1: Sandy Frankenstorm Free Download Credits: Live DJ & producer of 6 tracks of the mix.
BLENDED VOL 01 by Dark Inc., Yulia, Monolow, Mk-Ultra, Iris Freeform. Do you like compilations? Do you like to hear what a community of musicians sound like collaborating on Chill Out, Dub and more? So you can miss this Macignus Records release. Credits: Co-producer, musician (saxes, flute EWI4000s) on Dark Inc. tracks.
SUN BURSTING FLARES EP by MONOLOW Ft. IRIS FREEFORM:. This EP combines the best of Italy, Brazil and New York. Samba, drum’n'bass and more. Click on the album cover to purchase it. Credits: Saxophone Review Dark Inc., Yulia, Monolow, Mk-Ultra, Iris Freeform
Nos Fuimos by Sound Carta:. Straight out of Brooklyn-NYC, Sound Carta Y Su Orquesta is a 10-piece orchestra with a fresh, poppin, groovin, in-your-face sound that mixes old school salsa with today’s hip-hop. Credits: Sax player.
Bye-Polar by Sam Trocki:. This CD crafts songs over a tapestry of sounds. The mastering was handled by Vaughan Merrick, who is most-notable for his work on Amy Winehouse’s “Rehab”. This is truly an awesome group of artists, working together to create a truly enticing experience. For those who like the american song writing tradition but want a modern sounding experience. Credits: Sax/flute player, Live DJ.
We Are All Paul Revere by T. Smoov. This is a Political-inspirational Rap. Top notch Hiphop. It amuses me how music can make you cry, dance or even call you to war, here, an ideological non-violent war for our rights. Credits: Mix engineer.