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SM Shahbaj

SM Shahbaj is an 18 years old independent artist from Bangladesh. He is a hiphop, house, jazz, chillout beat creator. Shahbaj started by posting song covers on his YouTube channel. Few months later he think about create his music. And he start making beat music. Those provided by his videos sparked a new following for the artist. In July 2020 Shahbaj released his first single City Colours and later released his EP dark hiphop instrumental, Darkest Nightmare in August 2020. And then he constantly released single instrumentals like Fuzzy Sky, Death Dreams, Chilled Boozer, Thousand Nights.... He’s constantly releasing new singles and encouraging people to follow his journey and inspiring them to pursue their dreams.

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Vertaal

“You need to go hunt this down. They’re making incredible music!” Tony Minvielle – Jazz FM A shared love of groove, nu-jazz, and artists as diverse as, Bonobo, Yussef Kamaal and Badbadnotgood bonded session drummer Ajit Gill and keyboard player Theo Howarth when they met as teens in their hometown in Hertfordshire. The resulting burst of shared musical ideas traversing spiritual nu-jazz, Dilla-inspired hip-hop, broken beat and neo-soul, gave birth to Vertaal, the duo developing a passion for the freedom and raw expression of the music. As a youngster living in the capital, Ajit was exposed to the contrasting musical worlds of East-Coast hip hop, d‘n’b and rave culture mixed with traditional music from his family’s Indian heritage

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Don Bolo

Don Bolo is an instrumental and experimental fusion band from Quito, Ecuador. Born as a street band in 2015, we have recorded an EP in 2017 and a LP called "El Principio del Fin" in november 2018. Don Bolo experiments with different sounds and music styles to create what we call Criminal Punk Jazz. Sometimes as a duo, trio, quartet, quintet or even as a sextet Don Bolo never plays the same way and never sounds the same, every time is a different experience. Sometimes more jazz than punk, sometimes more punk than jazz, sometimes hip hop or funk and sometimes even noise. Now we are currently working on our second album, pushing our musical limits and creating new music for the future to come. Don Bolo is: Emilio Montenegro - Bass José Hernandez - Drums Luis Sigüenza - Saxophones Daniel Gachet - Guitar Tania Cortes - Synths

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JAKSPIN

JAKSPIN is a Greek/Lebanese producer, singer and DJ born and raised in Cologne, Germany, where he started writing rhymes at the age of 12, deejaying at age 14. He embarked on his musical career as a DJ in Cologne's legendary underground soul music club called Kauri Keller. His first official release was a party break 12“ vinyl winning the Club Bangaz Worldwide competition. After remixing R&B songs for the label Da Source Records he finally metamorphosed into the artist JAKSPIN with a new sound ranging from lofi hip hop beats to vintage 70s Jazz and R&B grooves. He began to gain recogintion with the release of his first beat tape „Beats From the Attic“

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Sanah Kadoura

Electrifying Lebanese-Canadian drummer, Sanah Kadoura has received a Diploma, Bachelors Degree and a Masters Degree in Jazz performance. Sanah has performed and toured the world with masters of the music as well as young up and comers. Sanah has shared the stage with the legendary Kirk Lighstey,(Dexter Gordon, Sonny Stitt, Chet Baker), Philip Harper (Art Blakey), Ed Cherry (Dizzy Gillespie) Mark Whitfield (Herbie Hancock), Joe Locke, Pat Bianchi, Tivon Pennicott, Roy Hargrove, Sullivan Fortner, among many others. Sanah now tours and records with her own band Hawk Eyes.


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