Michele Chiavarini reveals the second release on his newly launched SPRY Records label, with a superb new slab of dance floor jazz from his brilliant band, The Jazzcodes.
Take Care Of The Music contains all the essential credentials of a feel-good Jazz-In-The-House floor stomper. It’s blazing with classy brass hooks, jazzy guitar licks, hefty key slaying, scatt and ethereal vocal washes, and a set of insane solo’s which freestyle over an irresistible butt-shaking groove. With 3 distinctively different vibes on the package to enjoy, including our premiere of the Dub version, prepare to engage foot shuffling mode.
“If you take care of the music, the music will take care of you…”
The Jazzcodes is the creation of Italian multi-instrumentalist producer Michele Chiavarini and it stems from his desire to best combine house music with real jazz musicianship and composition. To achieve this, The Jazzcodes regularly feature some of the best musicians around. Some of the regular key players in the band include Trumpet player Graeme Flowers (Quincy Jones, Michael Buble, Gregory Porter), Sax player Francesco Santucci (RAI Orchestra, Gino Vannelli, Lost In Translation). Percussion player and drummer Gabriel Nuzzoli (Cubana Pop, Ricky Martin, Jazzinho), Jazz drummer Alberto Argiro’ (Alberto Corvini, Ares Tavolazzi, Stefano Cantini, Ramberto Ciammarughi) and many more. Following the success of their first release ‘The Music Tells Me’ on Quantize Recordings, in 2014, The Jazzcodes are back with the first of several stunning releases, breathing new life into the Jazz house genre, turning dance floors on with prowess, class and plenty of good vibes.
1 Take Care Of The Music (Jazz IQ Mix)
2 Take Care Of The Music (Take Care Of The Dub)
3 Take Care Of The Music (Mo’ Cream, Mo’ Jazzy Dub)
4 Take Care Of The Music (Jazz IQ Mix – Radio Edit)
5 Take Care Of The Music (Take Care Of The Dub – Radio Edit)
‘Take Care Of The Music’ will be released on Traxsource promo January 10th
Full release January 24th 2020 on SPRY Records.
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