Given his background in nu-jazz, broken beat and deep house, you'd expect any jazz-themed production from former Freerange regular Tom Szirtes to be pretty tasty. Predictably, "Jazz Club" is. Packed with hissing cymbals, low-slung bass, undulating grooves, tasty samples and particularly smoky atmospherics, "Jazz Club" sounds like a welcome update of "Rose Rouge"-era St Germain. It's got dancefloor chops, but enough musicality and neat production touches to impress the heads. The accompanying remixes are solid, too, with Antanas A's bumpin' rework just edging out Max Graef's chugging, deeper effort.
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