Infectious rhythms drive the jazz-electronica tracks on ReDuX:RMx VOLUME 1. No samples here - the loops and beats are played live by a collective of young Toronto jazz players. The catchy, original Latin, funk and cool jazz compositions are infused with urban rhythms and electronic elements. Sound bytes in different languages interweave each track, creating a nonstop, cosmopolitan café atmosphere. Think Miles Davis, Chick Corea - the Brazlian sounds of Jobim - these influences surge through these tracks.
The core of ReDuX:RMx is former L.A. based, Columbia Pictures TV music supervisor, Toronto media composer Archangel Menezes and American-Canadian guitarist Eddie Paton, who played on Robert Michaels' Juno award winning Warner album, ALLEGRO, and is currently touring with Billboard world music winner, Johannes Linstead.
ReDuX:RMx VOLUME 1, produced by Juno nominated, L.A.Urban Producer Kenny Moran, features Nelly Furtado's keys man, Joel Joseph, jacksoul's Davide Direnzo on drums and other players from the Toronto jazz and R&B scene.
Perfect for loft-living, coffee sipping, late night city driving, and before or after clubbing, ReDuX: RMx VOLUME 1 is a soundtrack of contemporary jazz for the urban soul!
If you like the tracks you hear on Volume 1, check out the newly released second CD, TWO - cinematic world nu-jazz electronica - available from CDBABY.