Artists

Monsieur DuboisMonsieur Dubois

In the past years, Monsieur Dubois has created a strong live reputation with an attractive mix of junglebeats, funk, souljazz and afrogrooves, a.k.a. "danceable hardjazz". With this convincing hybrid, sounding both catchy and sophisticated, Monsieur Dubois has been able to attract an extremely diverse public wherever they show up.

James Taylor QuartetJames Taylor Quartet

Emerging from the tragic bankruptcy of Stiff Records, James Taylor, founding member of the infamous group The Prisoners — formed The James Taylor Quartet. JTQ's first single, Blow Up, was released on the Re Elect The President (Acid Jazz) label in 1985. It was a huge success, immediately attracting the attention of John Peel who championed it; the track appearing three years running on Peel's seminal Festive 50 Chart.

Exodus QuartetExodus Quartet

This band was formed in 1991 by Eric Hilton, co-founder with his partner Fari Ali of the legendary DC Acid Jazz party named Exodus. Eric decided to create the atmosphere of this legendary club on record. Most of the tracks of the album Way Out There (1996) were writen, produced and played by Eric Hilton. Later on, Rob Garza and Eric Hilton met at Eighteenth Street Lounge in May 1995.

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. 

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