Artists

Tower of PowerTower of Power

A renowned horn-driven outfit, Tower of Power emerged in the late '60s playing a dynamic blend of r&b, soul, funk, and AM pop. Along with the similarly inclined Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears, Tower of Power helped push the sound of brass-infused music into the rock era.

Triangle SunTriangle Sun

Triangle Sun is the Russian band working in genres of electronic, slowdance, easy listening and lounge. Their recordings are often played at social events, music festivals and nightclubs where the connoisseurs of live electronic music usually gather.

Trilok GurtuTrilok Gurtu

A world class, virtuoso percussionist, now in his mid fifties, Trilok has attracted a world class set of collaborators over a long career; these started with John McLaughlin in whose trio, Trilok flourished as the featured soloist for 4 years, other jazz greats continued this path — Joe Zawinul, Jan Garbarek, Don Cherry, Bill Evans, Pharoah Sanders, Dave Holland were all attracted to Trilok’s burning sense of rhythm. 

Trüby TrioTrüby Trio

Rainer Trüby, Christian Prommer, and Roland Appel are Trüby Trio, a group of German producers that doubles as diverse fusionists of all things worldly and jazzy. It didn't take long for their name to catch fire in the dance community; aside from receiving a bevy of remixing work on the strength of their initial reworkings, the threesome has released a number of their own productions on Compost, including the Carajillo / A Go-Go 12", which featured a remix by labelmates and jazz-house heavies Jazzanova. 

United Future OrganizationUnited Future Organization

Pioneers of the Japanese acid-jazz sound, the United Future Organization comprised Tokyo club DJs Tadashi Yabe, Toshio Matsuura and French expatriate Raphael Sebbag.

Up, Bustle & OutUp, Bustle & Out

Up, Bustle and Out comprises producers Rupert Mould and D. "Ein" Fell, who formed the group in the early '90s as an adjunct to their respective interests in non-Western musics, funk and soul, jazz, and experimental underground club styles like house, techno, ambient, and trip-hop.

Us3Us3

The jazz/hip-hop fusion collective Us3 scored a major hit in 1994 with Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia), a song that displayed the group's fondness for sampling classic recordings on the Blue Note label (in this case, Herbie Hancock's Cantaloupe Island). The group was founded in London in 1991 when concert promoter and jazz writer Geoff Wilkinson met Mel Simpson, who was writing music for television shows and ad jingles and had once played keyboards with John Mayall. 

Venger CollectiveVenger Collective

Venger Collective has appeared in 2006 in Moscow. It consists of musicians who have been grown up on acid jazz, funk, soul and house music. The band was started by Alexander Lygin and Vladislav Vengerovsky, two guitar players, who dreamed to make up modern soul-funk sound. 

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