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Kyoto Jazz Massive - Substream (Vinyl)

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  1. Kyoto Jazz Massive: Type: Album: Released: 26 November RYM Rating: 9 Substream 10 Behind the Shadow 11 M.E Vinyl LP Compost / COMPOST Add issue. 2 Issues. Release view [combined information for all issues].
  2. Kyoto Jazz Massive is a musical project specialising in broken beat and electronic styles, consisting of the two brothers Okino Shuya (沖野修也) and Okino Yoshihiro (沖野好洋).Although the brothers have been DJ's since the late 's, they have been remixing and composing as far back as the early 's.
  3. Substream. Kyoto Jazz Massive. $ The Brightness Of These Days. Kyoto Jazz Massive. $ Abstract Jazz Journey. Kyoto Jazz Massive. $ Similar artists. See more. Jazzanova. Nuspirit Helsinki. Bah Samba. Trüby Trio. Physics. Minus 8. Songs from similar artists. See more. Quiet Nights (Nicola Conte Out of the Cool Version) (feat. Lisa.
  4. “Halyards” has been given the Midas touch by homeland heroes Kyoto Jazz Massive. The end result is a cute Q&A discourse relayed in minor key with sudden switches in time signature and a mournful middle eighth. Motion FM – July Vinyl Chart by Panos B. Motion FM – June Vinyl Chart by Panos B. Motion FM – June Vinyl.
  5. KYOTO JAZZ MASSIVE. Substream. Cat No: CPT Label: Compost Records Genre: BEATS / HIP HOP, TECHNO / HOUSE. KYOTO JAZZ MASSIVE The Brightness Of These Days Compost Records Jazz / Fusion FREE MP3 WITH VINYL. MP3; FLAC; Quick View Play all (2) Mr. Scruff Feel It!
  6. Buy Kyoto Jazz Massive on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Kyoto Jazz Massive. % Secure Shopping. Substream Behind The Shadow ME Outroduction e-mail me when available. out of stock $ KYOTO JAZZ MASSIVE. The Brightness Of These Days (12").
  7. Apr 23,  · Kyoto Jazz Massive - 4 Albums & 1 Vinyl Collection The two brothers Shuya Okino and Yoshihiro Okino are Kyoto Jazz Massive. They are well-known DJs, producers, club-runners and remixers – not only in Japan.
  8. The forerunners in Japanese nu-jazz, Kyoto Jazz Massive initially began in the early '90s when brothers Shuya and Yoshihiro Okino decided to start DJing together. After a number of singles were released, the group signed to German label Compost, who released Kyoto Jazz Massive's debut, Spirit of the Sun, in The next year, the brothers remixed tracks from the Compost, Jazzanova, and Sonar.

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