JOSETXO ANITUA & ATOM RHUMBA
Josetxo Anitua & Atom Rhumba·Noiz Pop 2006
Last May, the ex Cancer Moon member and Atom Rumba played together in the Kafe Antzokia in Bilbo. Now we have the chance to listen to that concert at home, in a special edition. However, apart from being published in a weird box, Anitua tells the whereabouts of the versions of this album; a work necessary for a historical placement and for a bit more of knowledge about music.
The Greatest·Everlasting 2006
Chan Marshall has accomplished his strongest album in his career. Although it has the “Greatest Hits” name on it, there isn’t such here, but new songs; recorded around Memphis with the help of some of the best soul players in history. He invented a new way of working for this album. This helped him achieve the best songs in his career.
Tiga is one of these anxious DJ and producers. Throughout his career, he has published numerous mixes and collections (such as DJ Kicks). That’s why he has become a must on dance floors. Although it might seem weird, “his” album was still unpublished. This is his debut; sensual and wild, a confirmation of his good level.
Ma at mama·!K7 Records 2006
Ursula Rucker has published her third album this year. Before, she worked with Jazzanova and Li´l Louie Vega and this time, her producers were Anthony Tidd, Yancey III and Sönke Düwer. She still has her usual sensitivity when accomplishing her poetry, she mixes electronic and jazz.
Virgin Ubiquity remixed·Rapster Records 2006
Two years ago, we got to know the original version of this work “Virgin Ubiquity unreleased”. Roy Ayers compiled some of the unpublished songs in funk-jazz. Now, the album is changed and has some electronic tendency performed by various DJs and producers, such as: Mattew Herbert, Joey Negro and Kenny Dope (Masters at work).
Whatever People Say I Am, That´s What I´m Not·Domino 2006
What do these people have that others don’t? freshness? It might be. This Internet generation has had the first successful band. It has been known thanks to the Internet and they spread their songs due to this. They come with their new album; fast and full of life, like the young members of the band. Things are changing.