Artists

Karl DensonKarl Denson

Karl Denson met Lenny Kravitz during a recording session in 1988. The following year, Kravitz called Denson and asked him to do the solo on the single Let Love Rule from Kravitz's album of the same name. As it turned out, Denson played on the whole album, joined the band for the supporting tour, and was invited back to play on and tour in support of the next two Kravitz albums.

Kenny GKenny G

Kenny G is a fine player with an attractive sound influenced a bit by Grover Washington, Jr., who often caresses melodies, putting a lot of emotion into his solos.

Kim & BuranKim & Buran

Kim & Buran are inspired by retro electronic sounds related to Jean-Michel Jarre fused with nostalgia feel and space exploration romantics. The band uses old school Soviet analogue synthesizers and samples from various 60's USSR movies, producing a deep mix of space disco, downtempo and easy listening.

Kool & the GangKool & the Gang

Formed by Robert "Kool" Bell, his brother Ronald Bell and a bunch of their New Jersey teenage friends in the mid-60s (then called the Jazziacs), Kool & the Gang played traditional jazz in regional venues for several years, slowly morphing their style to incorporate emerging funk sounds of Sly and the Family Stone and James Brown. 

KoopKoop

Magnus Zingmark and Oscar Simonsson are responsible for the groundbreaking music that appears under the name Koop. Inspired mainly by jazz musicians, but also learning from the work of hip-hop and dance artists, Zingmark and Simonsson formed the group in the midst of the fertile Swedish jazz scene.

Kraak & SmaakKraak & Smaak

Heineken, Van Gogh, Kraak & Smaak. The three most famous things to come out of Holland. Ever. In that order. Ok so maybe a bit of an exaggeration but the last three years have been an incredible ride for the band considered to be Holland’s hottest live act and as they release their second album things seem set to get even crazier.

Kruder & DorfmeisterKruder & Dorfmeister

The trip-hop production duo of Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister has gained more fame for its stellar remixes and DJ sets than as producers of its own work.

Kyoto Jazz MassiveKyoto Jazz Massive

The forerunners in Japanese nu-jazz, Kyoto Jazz Massive initially began in the early '90s when brothers Shuya and Yoshihiro Okino decided to start DJing together. After a number of singles were released, the group signed to German label Compost, who released Kyoto Jazz Massive's debut, Spirit of the Sun, in 2002. 

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