Review: Nite Grooves regular Max Marinacci is well-known for his dedication to exploring the potential of jazz-house, a sub-genre first made famous by St Germain in the 1990s. That's an important reference, because Marinacci's latest single, featuring his uncle Franco on baritone saxophone, features the same low-swung, jazz-wise swing that made St Germain's "Rose Rouge" such a celebrated dancefloor anthem. Here, the hot-to-trot original mix of "Smoking Yazz" comes accompanied by a trio of reworks. The "Late Night Swing Mix" boasts a warm and woozy deep house feel thanks to increased emphasis on hazy and jazzy electric piano motifs, while the "Latin Beat Mix" brilliantly re-imagines the cut as a sweaty bossa-house excursion. There's also a "Latin Drum Mix" that heaps tons of South American percussion atop a jazz-house rhythm.