Waiting For Space (Dylan Colby Swerve Reunion mix)
Jazz Face (AJE rework)
Quiet Hero (Cardiac club remix)
Vibration (Leo Zero remix)
Cinematize (Curveball version)
Quiet Hero (Widescreen Healer rework)
Hallucinogenic (Spaceface remix)
Eyes Wide Open (Ribes remix)
Review: 12 months on from the release of Colin Baldry's impressive Ambient Jazz Ensemble debut, Suite Shop, Here & Now has decided to give that set the remix treatment. As the album's rather clunky subtitle makes clear, they've opted for a selection of revisions that touch on 'electronica, deep house and disco'. There's still plenty of variety within that remit, though. Compare, for example, the breezy liquid D&B-meets-jazz positivity of Dylan Corby's rework of "Waiting For Space", the tactile, Balearic deep house dreaminess of the Cardiac Club Remix of "Quiet Hero", and the wonderfully slow, smacked-out Curveball version of "Cinematize". Best of all, though, is Leo Zero's thrilling 'dub house goes jazz' revision of "Vibration".
Review: Jazz house with strong afro beat vibes. Featuring Senegalese drummers Omar Diop, N'Diaga Issa and Babakar with a host of contemporary British jazz stalwarts, alongside Faze Action's bassist Robyn Lee.
Review: Yam Who? return with their first production of 2007. "You Don't Care About Our Love" is a monster release. The a-side a cover of the obscure British disco cut, China Burton's "You Don't Care About Our Love". Yam Who? has created a contemporary upbeat chunky boogie masterpiece complete with Norman Anderson's soulful falsetto vocal delivery.