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  • Tosca No Hassle

    Slow down. Relax. Take a deep breath. Steal back an hour from your busy life. This really is worth your full attention. Tosca, the Viennese masters of deluxe soundscapes and sensual rhythms, are back with their most magical and mesmerising album yet. It's called No Hassle.

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  • Nicola Conte - The Jazzy Sartre

    To comprehend fully Nicola Conte's music originality and sensibility we should refer, together with his productions, to the unavoidable Fez's activity, a cultural movement founded by Conte himself in Bari in the early nineties. A real melting pot of several creative musicians, who first of all are friends and grew up together with the same intellectual, music and political similarities. Cultural trouble-makers, emotional dreamers, Jazz enthusiasts of the fifties and sixties, deep "nouvelle vague" connoisseurs, compulsive vinyl collectors, design and graphic experts, people crazy for cultural beat and books written by revolutionaries like Jean Paul Sartre and Boris Vian.

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  • Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation

    "It Takes A Thief" is the long-awaited "greatest hits" album from Thievery Corporation, a pioneering electronic-music duo. Known for their melodic and precise blends of various world-music styles, Eric Hilton and Rob Garza have been on tour throughout America with British electronica giants Massive Attack. The live show features a lush layering of live musicians and electronically generated tracks. (The Massive Attack performance also boasts subtle denunciations of American and Israeli foreign policy and a seizure-inducing strobe-light display.)

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