Relight (feat Laura Roy & Woddy Green) - (4:21) 157 BPM
Gone Surfing - (3:14) 151 BPM
Review: For a new spin on broken beat Morcheeba vibes crossed with something like Air - look to this debut album Strange Beauty album by emerging young artist, Hemai. Taking in collaborations from vocalists Wallace (NZ) and Maralisa (aka Space Captain), to some Japanese Bossa Nova inspired action in "Noa Noa feat. Emilia Anastazja" - Erica Tucceri's flutes take us straight to the pleasure zone all the more in "We Could Be Jaded". Across the LP expect a warm and welcoming concoction of neo-soul, with breezy downbeat sessions in "Gone Surfing" to subtle cosmic disco in "When Day Breaks". Singer-songwriter Fifi Robo appears in the R&B-pop swoon "Lover Dancer" and a very woozy "Bandit's Pockets" - mirrored similarly by "Awake Indigo (feat Ruby Wood)" - with plenty of jazz, electronica and percussion to be explored between.
Review: Timewarp Music welcomes aboard a new artist to their roster in Jazznut aka Dmitry Khlynin. Based out of Russia, the name suits him, as if he's some kind of mad professor stewing over a mixed pot of jazz and funk, some rock and trip hop alongside some big beats business, breaks and a healthy dose modern electronics. Across 11 peak time tracks there's stoner grooves and psychedelica in "Keep Moving", a New Yorkan diva session in "Sun Goes Down (feat Kali Malia)" to space cowboy cosmic disco in "Sinful Gold". A cinematic soundtrack for a pulp fiction fanatic.