Artists

Mondo GrossoMondo Grosso

As Mondo Grosso, Japanese track-master Shinichi Osawa has acted alone and with various vocalists and collaborators — ranging from Monday Michiru to N'dea Davenport to Tania Maria — to produce some of the most stylish acid jazz, house, and R&B produced in his country during the '90s.

Amon TobinAmon Tobin

Brazilian-born Amon Tobin first emerged between 1994-1995 with a string of 12" singles on the small London-based record label 9Bar Records. The album that followed, Adventures In Foam, paved the way for a whole generation of electronic productions and prompted his signing to the prodigious Ninja Tune in 1996. 

ShakatakShakatak

British jazz-funk combo Shakatak formed in London in 1980. Originally comprising keyboardists Bill Sharpe and Nigel Wright, guitarist Keith Winter, bassist Steve Underwood, and drummer Roger Odell, the group quickly scored an underground hit with its debut single Steppin', cracking the British Top 50 the following year with the singles Livin' in the UK and Brazilian Dawn. 

Stacey KentStacey Kent

New York native Stacey Kent never anticipated a career in jazz music: she was a Sarah Lawrence graduate with a degree in comparative literature. But her childhood days spent listening to the traditional beauty of Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole undoubtedly influenced her. While on holiday in Europe after graduating from college, she took up singing without much formal training and never looked back.

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