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Laurent de WildeLaurent de Wilde

Dividing his time between the United States and France, Laurent de Wilde has found a welcoming audience in both countries. His third solo album, Open Changes, resulted in de Wilde receiving a Django Reinhardt Award for Best French Musician of 1992. In addition to leading his own group, de Wilde has worked as a session player for Reggie Workman, Ralph Moore, Greg Osby, Joshua Redman, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Aldo Romano, Andre Ceccarelli, Harold Land, and Tom Harrell. 

Leo YoungLeo Young

Starting his DJing career through the medium of catholic church radio stations in his native Italy, Leo Zagami was the youngest broadcast DJ in his country after playing his own show at the age of 13 in 1983.

Lera GehnerLera Gehner

Her unique timbre and raging energy have been winning audience’ attention in Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Estonia since 1990’s. Exclusive approach to her creative work has led Lera to historic concerts and collaboration with the greatest musicians. During one show she switches between a big variety of known styles, amazing the listener with maximum possible diversity of manners and ranges.

LettuceLettuce

Celebrating their 20th anniversary as modern day rulers of old school funk, the seven-piece Brooklyn-based juggernaut Lettuce drops their third studio album Fly — a decidedly raging slab of relentless groove, hyper-charged syncopation and psychedelicized soul anthems. 

Liquid SoulLiquid Soul

Chicago acid jazz outfit Liquid Soul originally comprised saxophonist/musical director Mars Williams, DJ Jesse de la Peña, guitarist Tommy Klein, bassist Ricky Showalter, trumpeter Ron Haynes, keyboardist Frankie Hill, and drummer Dan Leali; formed in 1993, the group quickly emerged as a Windy City club favorite thanks to their regular Sunday night gigs at the Elbo Room, and soon recorded a self-titled debut LP for their own Soul What label.

Live People EnsembleLive People Ensemble

LlorcaLlorca

Ludovic Llorca is the composer who spent his youth in the north of France, learning music-making with computers (Commodore 64 and Amiga). After releasing a couple of techno/house 12 inches on small labels, he signed an artist contract with french label F Communications on 1997, releasing three EP's, then followed by a LP Newcomer in 2001. 

London Funk AllstarsLondon Funk Allstars

Giving their own style of dance music that combines funk and trip-hop, The London Funk Allstars could be heard through the stereo of any given dance club or party in their native UK. Along with the label collaboration of Ninja Tune, TLFA would build up their discography, starting with the full-length, appropriately titled London Funk Volume 1 in 1995. 

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