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1. LJ019 02 JotaWagner ThatBanza

LJ019 02 JotaWagner ThatBanza

This EP joins music feelings from opposite sides of the planet. Joe Silva, one of Lunatic Jazz favourites (his first EP on the label, “That Sound”, is one of our greatest hits) comes from Winnipeg, Canada. Jota Wagner, the brain behind the label drop his beats from warm and rainny São Paulo (Brazil). The colaboration between these two artists brings to the world Thermal Shock EP, a split release with the best ideas of both funky and deep. Joe Silva (Red Melon / Neves Music / Nordic Tracks) delivers the first track, That Banza, a mad funky tune for latenite action. Another great produced piece from Joe to his high quality discography. Jota Wagner (EIGHT-Tracks, Conya, Head Tunes, Lunatic Jazz) take it to the deep area mixing oldschool deep house elementst with modern beats and their usual weird ideas on music. Lunatic Jazz Records enters his third year with a respected discography and a catalogue that includes tracks and remixes by Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with one ear in their studios and the other in the moon. Lunatic Jazz 019 artist: Jota Wagner & Joe Silva title: Thermal Shock release date: march, 24th tracklist: 01 – That Jamba – Joe Silva 02 – That Banza – Jota Wagner written and produced by Joe Silva and Jota Wagner copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk Lunatic Jazz Records [email protected] www.lunaticjazz.com r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490

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2. The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Jota Wagner Remix)

The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Jota Wagner Remix)

Lunatic Jazz has recently visited Oslo in Norway and found much more than hardingfele sounding out of its cold streets. Ivaylo and Pistolpuma join forces to deliver us a smooth, nice and deep house track. The Walk has all the elements one need in a good house tune: a bumping square bass, funky synth layers with a super nice uplifiting vocal phrase. Happy faces in the dancefloor for sure. What else can you wish? Well, maybe a collection of other shades as the Norway duo is accompanied by a golden team of loonie remixers: Jota Wagner, Mike Frugaletti and Jarle Brathen. Jota Wagner, the man behind Colors Sound System, brings the track to a deeper level with a chunky and hypnotic mix. Then our beloved Mike Frugaletti (Good Family Records) and his tweakin’, funky house from Rio de Janeiro (trust us: you can almost feel the ocean breeze). The pack is completed by and epic, strong and uplifting mix from Jarle Brathen, perfect for that peak hour late night action! A complete set of flavors for a great track - The Walk EP is soon available in your favourite online store!

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3. LJ020 Gabriel Black - TheSilent Coup

LJ020 Gabriel Black -  TheSilent Coup

Fresh fom the Loonies Last winter seems to have been very inspiring in San Jose. The Californian cold breeze outside the window, and quiet moments at home, offered a perfect environment for house music producer Gabriel Black to write and mix his latest EP now released on Lunatic Jazz Records, “The Silent Coup”. Gabriel makes his debut on Lunatic Jazz after great releases from music factories like EIGHT-TRACKS, Blunted Funk and Tarantic, besides his own Tangible Records. “The Silent Coup EP” comes with two original exclusive tracks - a Lunatic Jazz tradition - made to amuse the dance floor with Gabriel´s powerful percussive lines and a genuine yet modern house-music approach, matching perfectly in this killer EP - the 20th Lunatic Jazz quality release. About Lunatic Jazz Records Lunatic Jazz Records proudly enters into its third year of existance with an already respectful collection of loony frequencies tweaked to perfection, carefully selected from highly prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with ears in the clubs and studios - and the mind on the moon. Lunatic Jazz 020 artist: Gabriel Black title: The Silent Coup EP release date: june, 21st tracklist: 01 – The Silent Coup 02 – Little Big Horns written and produced by Gabriel Black copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk Promoted by Kahua Music Company UK - http://www.kahua.co.uk/ Lunatic Jazz Records - r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 [email protected] - www.lunaticjazz.com

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4. 02 Fly Away - Colors Sound System

02 Fly Away - Colors Sound System

Colors Sound System, finally on Lunatic Jazz Records Lunatic Jazz welcome Colors Sound System, formed by DJs and brothers Jota Wagner (EIGHT-TRACKS, Blunted Funk, Conya and founder of Lunatic) and Wander A (Grooveland, Puzzle). After two well received Eps on Conya Records (Polychrome EP, 2009) and Candy Music (Loves & Hates, 2009) , the duo is back with three original pieces, celebrating 9 years of their seminal São Paulo house music night, Colors. We Are One EP shows up three tracks introducing to Lunatic Jazz fans the best of Colors Sound System. A blend of deep & funky chunky house, made to be in your bootyshakers dj folder. About Lunatic Jazz Records Lunatic Jazz Records proudly enters into its third year of existance with an already respectful collection of loony frequencies tweaked to perfection, carefully selected from highly prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with ears in the clubs and studios - and the mind on the moon. Lunatic Jazz 021 artist: Colors Sound System title: We Are One EP release date: july 14th tracklist: 01 – We Are One – Piano & Bass Version 02 – Fly Away 03 – We Are One – original written and produced by Jota Wagner & Major Wander A. copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk Promoted by Kahua Music Company UK - http://www.kahua.co.uk/ Lunatic Jazz Records - r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 [email protected] - www.lunaticjazz.com

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5. LJ024 05 Forattini - Crazy Indian Bike Rider

LJ024 05 Forattini - Crazy Indian Bike Rider

Brazilian-based house music label Lunatic Jazz has prepared this boldly eclectic collection of five great tunes coming from the label's beloved artists. After the well-received compilation Our House, released at the end of last year seized upon the chance to bring even more new, intelligent sounds to its groovy catalog. Lunatic Jazz contacted some of its favorite artists and asked a very simple question: what´s the craziest sound you´ve made lately? With styles ranging from downtempo to tech-house, indie-dance to psychedelic house, the aptly titled Let´s Have a Ball Together is the answer. Colors Sound System, the DJ/producer duo from Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been building a solid reputation as off-kilter house music composers. In addition to Lunatic Jazz their music has been released through Candy Music, Blunted Funk, and Conya Records with support from the likes of Quentin Harris, Groove Armada's Andy Cato, and Mark Farina. Colors Sound System's percussive and psychedelic "MDMA" opens this collection and should inspire many frenzied late night hoedowns. Manuel Sahagun is a beloved house music talent from Buenos Aires, Argentina with a respected discography through labels like Kolour, Flavour and his own Candy Music. Manuel contributes "Trip To Guayaquil," a smooth and groovy breakbeat track that lowers the tempo while increasing the vibe. In 2010, DJ Ino released one of Lunatic Jazz's favorite albums Kids On Boogie (House Cafe Music Records). As the Spanish producer finishes his first EP for Lunatic Jazz this compilation delivers a taster in the form of the sleek, dark tech-house builder "Le Ciel." From Winnipeg, Canada comes Purespace Recordings artist Joe Silva. Here he tries a different tact with the smooth, downtempo cut "I Don´t Remember" which features some beautifully haunting female vocals. After the huge success of his two past EP´s on Lunatic Jazz, this producer continuers to show his passion for groovy electronic soul music. Filoops releases for the first time on Lunatic Jazz and it´s a great debut. "Crazy Indian Bike Rider" is a nasty, tripped-out, and funky track that's perfectly at home on the label. It´s a tasty bit of what´s coming soon from the Belo Horizonte-based Filoops, an agenda that includes some future contributions to Lunatic Jazz. Lunatic Jazz Records just celebrated three years and 23 releases from carefully selected, prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Prztz, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Joe Silva, Sound Diggers and Gabriel Black, all of whom have played their part in the São Paulo label’s rise.

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6. LJ017 AsadRizvi - The Asparagus Monologue

LJ017 AsadRizvi - The Asparagus Monologue

Asad Rizvi has been developing for 10 years a solid discography into modern funky music. Now is time to Lunatic Jazz to deliver two brand new pieces of this loved artist. Asparagus Monologue single (with the briliant b-side "Spinach, Mystery & Insult" is one more proof of how mature Asad´s groove can reach. By releasing it through Sao Paulo based label Lunatic Jazz Records, london DJ & Producer confirm his strong laces with Brazil. For those who´re into modern sounds and layers but doesn´t give up of a proper funky kitchen, new Asparagus Monologue single is a sure piece in your playlist.

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7. LJ024 01 Colors Sound System - MDMA

LJ024 01 Colors Sound System - MDMA

Brazilian-based house music label Lunatic Jazz has prepared this boldly eclectic collection of five great tunes coming from the label's beloved artists. After the well-received compilation Our House, released at the end of last year seized upon the chance to bring even more new, intelligent sounds to its groovy catalog. Lunatic Jazz contacted some of its favorite artists and asked a very simple question: what´s the craziest sound you´ve made lately? With styles ranging from downtempo to tech-house, indie-dance to psychedelic house, the aptly titled Let´s Have a Ball Together is the answer. Colors Sound System, the DJ/producer duo from Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been building a solid reputation as off-kilter house music composers. In addition to Lunatic Jazz their music has been released through Candy Music, Blunted Funk, and Conya Records with support from the likes of Quentin Harris, Groove Armada's Andy Cato, and Mark Farina. Colors Sound System's percussive and psychedelic "MDMA" opens this collection and should inspire many frenzied late night hoedowns. Manuel Sahagun is a beloved house music talent from Buenos Aires, Argentina with a respected discography through labels like Kolour, Flavour and his own Candy Music. Manuel contributes "Trip To Guayaquil," a smooth and groovy breakbeat track that lowers the tempo while increasing the vibe. In 2010, DJ Ino released one of Lunatic Jazz's favorite albums Kids On Boogie (House Cafe Music Records). As the Spanish producer finishes his first EP for Lunatic Jazz this compilation delivers a taster in the form of the sleek, dark tech-house builder "Le Ciel." From Winnipeg, Canada comes Purespace Recordings artist Joe Silva. Here he tries a different tact with the smooth, downtempo cut "I Don´t Remember" which features some beautifully haunting female vocals. After the huge success of his two past EP´s on Lunatic Jazz, this producer continuers to show his passion for groovy electronic soul music. Filoops releases for the first time on Lunatic Jazz and it´s a great debut. "Crazy Indian Bike Rider" is a nasty, tripped-out, and funky track that's perfectly at home on the label. It´s a tasty bit of what´s coming soon from the Belo Horizonte-based Filoops, an agenda that includes some future contributions to Lunatic Jazz. Lunatic Jazz Records just celebrated three years and 23 releases from carefully selected, prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Prztz, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Joe Silva, Sound Diggers and Gabriel Black, all of whom have played their part in the São Paulo label’s rise.

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8. Lj017 AsadRizvi - Spinach Mystery & Insult

Lj017 AsadRizvi - Spinach Mystery & Insult

Asad Rizvi has been developing for 10 years a solid discography into modern funky music. Now is time to Lunatic Jazz to deliver two brand new pieces of this loved artist. Asparagus Monologue single (with the briliant b-side "Spinach, Mystery & Insult" is one more proof of how mature Asad´s groove can reach. By releasing it through Sao Paulo based label Lunatic Jazz Records, london DJ & Producer confirm his strong laces with Brazil. For those who´re into modern sounds and layers but doesn´t give up of a proper funky kitchen, new Asparagus Monologue single is a sure piece in your playlist.

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9. LJ024 04 Joe Silva I Dont Remember

LJ024 04 Joe Silva I Dont Remember

Brazilian-based house music label Lunatic Jazz has prepared this boldly eclectic collection of five great tunes coming from the label's beloved artists. After the well-received compilation Our House, released at the end of last year seized upon the chance to bring even more new, intelligent sounds to its groovy catalog. Lunatic Jazz contacted some of its favorite artists and asked a very simple question: what´s the craziest sound you´ve made lately? With styles ranging from downtempo to tech-house, indie-dance to psychedelic house, the aptly titled Let´s Have a Ball Together is the answer. Colors Sound System, the DJ/producer duo from Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been building a solid reputation as off-kilter house music composers. In addition to Lunatic Jazz their music has been released through Candy Music, Blunted Funk, and Conya Records with support from the likes of Quentin Harris, Groove Armada's Andy Cato, and Mark Farina. Colors Sound System's percussive and psychedelic "MDMA" opens this collection and should inspire many frenzied late night hoedowns. Manuel Sahagun is a beloved house music talent from Buenos Aires, Argentina with a respected discography through labels like Kolour, Flavour and his own Candy Music. Manuel contributes "Trip To Guayaquil," a smooth and groovy breakbeat track that lowers the tempo while increasing the vibe. In 2010, DJ Ino released one of Lunatic Jazz's favorite albums Kids On Boogie (House Cafe Music Records). As the Spanish producer finishes his first EP for Lunatic Jazz this compilation delivers a taster in the form of the sleek, dark tech-house builder "Le Ciel." From Winnipeg, Canada comes Purespace Recordings artist Joe Silva. Here he tries a different tact with the smooth, downtempo cut "I Don´t Remember" which features some beautifully haunting female vocals. After the huge success of his two past EP´s on Lunatic Jazz, this producer continuers to show his passion for groovy electronic soul music. Filoops releases for the first time on Lunatic Jazz and it´s a great debut. "Crazy Indian Bike Rider" is a nasty, tripped-out, and funky track that's perfectly at home on the label. It´s a tasty bit of what´s coming soon from the Belo Horizonte-based Filoops, an agenda that includes some future contributions to Lunatic Jazz. Lunatic Jazz Records just celebrated three years and 23 releases from carefully selected, prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Prztz, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Joe Silva, Sound Diggers and Gabriel Black, all of whom have played their part in the São Paulo label’s rise.

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10. We Are One - Piano & Bass Version - Colors Sound System

We Are One - Piano & Bass Version - Colors Sound System

Colors Sound System, finally on Lunatic Jazz Records Lunatic Jazz welcome Colors Sound System, formed by DJs and brothers Jota Wagner (EIGHT-TRACKS, Blunted Funk, Conya and founder of Lunatic) and Wander A (Grooveland, Puzzle). After two well received Eps on Conya Records (Polychrome EP, 2009) and Candy Music (Loves & Hates, 2009) , the duo is back with three original pieces, celebrating 9 years of their seminal São Paulo house music night, Colors. We Are One EP shows up three tracks introducing to Lunatic Jazz fans the best of Colors Sound System. A blend of deep & funky chunky house, made to be in your bootyshakers dj folder. About Lunatic Jazz Records Lunatic Jazz Records proudly enters into its third year of existance with an already respectful collection of loony frequencies tweaked to perfection, carefully selected from highly prestigious music-makers such as Funky Transport, Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with ears in the clubs and studios - and the mind on the moon. Lunatic Jazz 021 artist: Colors Sound System title: We Are One EP release date: july 14th tracklist: 01 – We Are One – Piano & Bass Version 02 – Fly Away 03 – We Are One – original written and produced by Jota Wagner & Major Wander A. copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk Promoted by Kahua Music Company UK - http://www.kahua.co.uk/ Lunatic Jazz Records - r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 [email protected] - www.lunaticjazz.com

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11. LJ018 - Im a Man (Spettro Remix) - Funky Transport & Giles Walker

LJ018 - Im a Man (Spettro Remix) - Funky Transport & Giles Walker

Lunatic Jazz 018 Funky Transport & Giles Walker - I´m a Man with remixes by Jota Wagner and Eddie Spettro release date: february,24th - 2010 Lunatic Jazz Records proudly welcome scotish producers and DJ Funky Transport and Giles Wakler to its cast by releasing his amazing first single on the label. Funky Transport is the resident DJ of the legendary Aberdeen house nights Deep End, at Snafu Club. The producer has also a huge discography under labels like Playhouse, 20-20 Visionas and Brique Rouge, to name a few. Funky teams up with another Aberdeen´s producer, Giles Walker in this single. Funky house is pushed to the edge in this Giles and Funky Transport´s masterpiece. The original tracks rolls up with several groovy sample layers, powerfull basslines and a great sinth explosion that makes this track a huge bomb in the dancefloor, tested and aproved by a few lucky DJs who could have the previous test mixes in their hands earlier. From the jungle to the moon... and beyond! The single brings two additional remixes, the first one comes from Lunatic Jazz chief Jota Wagner. Jota gives his psychedelic deep touch to the track in a cleaner mix of the original that fits perfect to deeper dancefloors. Jota has been remixing names like Jay Tripwire and Q-Burns Abstract Message and has upcoming releases on Conya Records, EIGHT-TRACKS and Head Tunes. The second rework of I´m a Man comes from Texas ranger Eddie Spettro. A rough overdrived bass and heavy break beats takes the track to the land of the strongs. Eddie also has a solid work on house music world and his tracks has been released by respected underground labels like Aroma, Chillin Music, Amenti and Nightphunk. Lunatic Jazz Records enters his third year with a respected discography and a catalogue that includes tracks and remixes by Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with one ear in their studios and the other in the moon. Lunatic Jazz 018 artist: Funky Transport & Giles Walker title: I´m A Man tracklist: 01 - I´m A Man - Original 02 - I´m A Man - Jota Wagner Remix 03 - I´m A Man - Eddie Spettro Remix * written and produced by Funky Transport & Giles Walker copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk (tracks 01 and 02) Mixed and Mastered by Aaron Morris - http://aaronmorris.org - (track 03) Lunatic Jazz Records [email protected] www.lunaticjazz.com r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 Feedbacks: “Original and Jota´s Remix sounds great!!” Renato Cohen “Sick!!! The original mix sounds amazing, this is going straight to the front of my crate. Full Support!!!” Bill Pertinelly – Pin Up Recordings “the funk is definitely alive with the original version and jota wagner remix.” Mike W – Kolours Recordings “that original is the biz. I'll play it for sure. Lovin Eddie's too, I'll probably make a megamix of all three mixes.” Sleazy McQueen “Love the original mix, totally different and quirky. The Jota Wagner remix is cool as well, more 4/4 dancefloor orientated which is cool.” Tom Golden (Homegrown) “Silly, sexy, funky, and just plain good fun. Excellent work by all.” Marco Militano “Digging the original. Its a funky throwdown.....love what Jota did with the remix.” Marc Ellison – Head Tunes “Cracking original mix, great groove & something slightly different too, wicked. Jota's remix is very smart indeed, real funk-driven deep house” Al Bradley – 3am Recordings “Jackin funky tune to kick it off!” Ritchie – Untitled Music “LOve the Original” Mark Bell – Blakkat “wicked funky stuff” The Littlemen “Finally, something different! I will Hammer the OG! I LOVE IT!” Ken (East Coast Boggiemen) “ very eclectic selection of tunes .. Jota Wagner lays down lovely stripped back beats .. smooth and bompty .. NICE” Simon – Deep South Audio “A killer version of the Spencer Davis Group classic. Great production and bang up to date. Big support from me” Ashleey Beedle (X-press 2 / Kiss FM) “super jammin love it” Luke Solomon “ Idjut Boys vibe, i like it!” Raoul Bermans (Swirl People) “I give this TEN out of 5 stars!!!!” Rick Preston

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12. LJ016 MikeFrugaletti Thumpable

LJ016 MikeFrugaletti Thumpable

Lunatic Jazz 016 - Understandable EP release date, oct 21st - stompy / nov. 20th - all stores

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13. LJ018 - Im a Man (Jota Wagner Remix) - Funky Transport and Giles Walker

LJ018 - Im a Man (Jota Wagner Remix) - Funky Transport and Giles Walker

Lunatic Jazz 018 Funky Transport & Giles Walker - I´m a Man with remixes by Jota Wagner and Eddie Spettro release date: february,24th - 2010 Lunatic Jazz Records proudly welcome scotish producers and DJ Funky Transport and Giles Wakler to its cast by releasing his amazing first single on the label. Funky Transport is the resident DJ of the legendary Aberdeen house nights Deep End, at Snafu Club. The producer has also a huge discography under labels like Playhouse, 20-20 Visionas and Brique Rouge, to name a few. Funky teams up with another Aberdeen´s producer, Giles Walker in this single. Funky house is pushed to the edge in this Giles and Funky Transport´s masterpiece. The original tracks rolls up with several groovy sample layers, powerfull basslines and a great sinth explosion that makes this track a huge bomb in the dancefloor, tested and aproved by a few lucky DJs who could have the previous test mixes in their hands earlier. From the jungle to the moon... and beyond! The single brings two additional remixes, the first one comes from Lunatic Jazz chief Jota Wagner. Jota gives his psychedelic deep touch to the track in a cleaner mix of the original that fits perfect to deeper dancefloors. Jota has been remixing names like Jay Tripwire and Q-Burns Abstract Message and has upcoming releases on Conya Records, EIGHT-TRACKS and Head Tunes. The second rework of I´m a Man comes from Texas ranger Eddie Spettro. A rough overdrived bass and heavy break beats takes the track to the land of the strongs. Eddie also has a solid work on house music world and his tracks has been released by respected underground labels like Aroma, Chillin Music, Amenti and Nightphunk. Lunatic Jazz Records enters his third year with a respected discography and a catalogue that includes tracks and remixes by Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with one ear in their studios and the other in the moon. Lunatic Jazz 018 artist: Funky Transport & Giles Walker title: I´m A Man tracklist: 01 - I´m A Man - Original 02 - I´m A Man - Jota Wagner Remix 03 - I´m A Man - Eddie Spettro Remix * written and produced by Funky Transport & Giles Walker copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk (tracks 01 and 02) Mixed and Mastered by Aaron Morris - http://aaronmorris.org - (track 03) Lunatic Jazz Records [email protected] www.lunaticjazz.com r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 Feedbacks: “Original and Jota´s Remix sounds great!!” Renato Cohen “Sick!!! The original mix sounds amazing, this is going straight to the front of my crate. Full Support!!!” Bill Pertinelly – Pin Up Recordings “the funk is definitely alive with the original version and jota wagner remix.” Mike W – Kolours Recordings “that original is the biz. I'll play it for sure. Lovin Eddie's too, I'll probably make a megamix of all three mixes.” Sleazy McQueen “Love the original mix, totally different and quirky. The Jota Wagner remix is cool as well, more 4/4 dancefloor orientated which is cool.” Tom Golden (Homegrown) “Silly, sexy, funky, and just plain good fun. Excellent work by all.” Marco Militano “Digging the original. Its a funky throwdown.....love what Jota did with the remix.” Marc Ellison – Head Tunes “Cracking original mix, great groove & something slightly different too, wicked. Jota's remix is very smart indeed, real funk-driven deep house” Al Bradley – 3am Recordings “Jackin funky tune to kick it off!” Ritchie – Untitled Music “LOve the Original” Mark Bell – Blakkat “wicked funky stuff” The Littlemen “Finally, something different! I will Hammer the OG! I LOVE IT!” Ken (East Coast Boggiemen) “ very eclectic selection of tunes .. Jota Wagner lays down lovely stripped back beats .. smooth and bompty .. NICE” Simon – Deep South Audio “A killer version of the Spencer Davis Group classic. Great production and bang up to date. Big support from me” Ashleey Beedle (X-press 2 / Kiss FM) “super jammin love it” Luke Solomon “ Idjut Boys vibe, i like it!” Raoul Bermans (Swirl People) “I give this TEN out of 5 stars!!!!” Rick Preston

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14. LJ019 01 JoeSilva That Jamba

LJ019 01 JoeSilva That Jamba

This EP joins music feelings from opposite sides of the planet. Joe Silva, one of Lunatic Jazz favourites (his first EP on the label, “That Sound”, is one of our greatest hits) comes from Winnipeg, Canada. Jota Wagner, the brain behind the label drop his beats from warm and rainny São Paulo (Brazil). The colaboration between these two artists brings to the world Thermal Shock EP, a split release with the best ideas of both funky and deep. Joe Silva (Red Melon / Neves Music / Nordic Tracks) delivers the first track, That Banza, a mad funky tune for latenite action. Another great produced piece from Joe to his high quality discography. Jota Wagner (EIGHT-Tracks, Conya, Head Tunes, Lunatic Jazz) take it to the deep area mixing oldschool deep house elementst with modern beats and their usual weird ideas on music. Lunatic Jazz Records enters his third year with a respected discography and a catalogue that includes tracks and remixes by Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with one ear in their studios and the other in the moon. Lunatic Jazz 019 artist: Jota Wagner & Joe Silva title: Thermal Shock release date: march, 24th tracklist: 01 – That Jamba – Joe Silva 02 – That Banza – Jota Wagner written and produced by Joe Silva and Jota Wagner copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk Lunatic Jazz Records [email protected] www.lunaticjazz.com r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490

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15. LJ015 Anhanguera Disco Dub And Delicious

LJ015 Anhanguera Disco Dub And Delicious

Second EP by Anhanguera Duo on Lunatic Jazz LJ015 - 2009

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16. LJ015 Anhanguera Disco Down And Dirty

LJ015 Anhanguera Disco Down And Dirty

Second EP by Anhanguera Duo on Lunatic Jazz LJ015 - 2009

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17. The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Original)

The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Original)

Lunatic Jazz has recently visited Oslo in Norway and found much more than hardingfele sounding out of its cold streets. Ivaylo and Pistolpuma join forces to deliver us a smooth, nice and deep house track. The Walk has all the elements one need in a good house tune: a bumping square bass, funky synth layers with a super nice uplifiting vocal phrase. Happy faces in the dancefloor for sure. What else can you wish? Well, maybe a collection of other shades as the Norway duo is accompanied by a golden team of loonie remixers: Jota Wagner, Mike Frugaletti and Jarle Brathen. Jota Wagner, the man behind Colors Sound System, brings the track to a deeper level with a chunky and hypnotic mix. Then our beloved Mike Frugaletti (Good Family Records) and his tweakin’, funky house from Rio de Janeiro (trust us: you can almost feel the ocean breeze). The pack is completed by and epic, strong and uplifting mix from Jarle Brathen, perfect for that peak hour late night action! A complete set of flavors for a great track - The Walk EP is soon available in your favourite online store!

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18. The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Jarle Brathen Remix)

The Walk  - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo  (Jarle Brathen Remix)

Lunatic Jazz has recently visited Oslo in Norway and found much more than hardingfele sounding out of its cold streets. Ivaylo and Pistolpuma join forces to deliver us a smooth, nice and deep house track. The Walk has all the elements one need in a good house tune: a bumping square bass, funky synth layers with a super nice uplifiting vocal phrase. Happy faces in the dancefloor for sure. What else can you wish? Well, maybe a collection of other shades as the Norway duo is accompanied by a golden team of loonie remixers: Jota Wagner, Mike Frugaletti and Jarle Brathen. Jota Wagner, the man behind Colors Sound System, brings the track to a deeper level with a chunky and hypnotic mix. Then our beloved Mike Frugaletti (Good Family Records) and his tweakin’, funky house from Rio de Janeiro (trust us: you can almost feel the ocean breeze). The pack is completed by and epic, strong and uplifting mix from Jarle Brathen, perfect for that peak hour late night action! A complete set of flavors for a great track - The Walk EP is soon available in your favourite online store!

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19. LJ018 01 FunkyTransport and GilesWalker Im A Man Original

LJ018 01 FunkyTransport and GilesWalker Im A Man Original

Lunatic Jazz 018 Funky Transport & Giles Walker - I´m a Man with remixes by Jota Wagner and Eddie Spettro release date: february,24th - 2010 Lunatic Jazz Records proudly welcome scotish producers and DJ Funky Transport and Giles Wakler to its cast by releasing his amazing first single on the label. Funky Transport is the resident DJ of the legendary Aberdeen house nights Deep End, at Snafu Club. The producer has also a huge discography under labels like Playhouse, 20-20 Visionas and Brique Rouge, to name a few. Funky teams up with another Aberdeen´s producer, Giles Walker in this single. Funky house is pushed to the edge in this Giles and Funky Transport´s masterpiece. The original tracks rolls up with several groovy sample layers, powerfull basslines and a great sinth explosion that makes this track a huge bomb in the dancefloor, tested and aproved by a few lucky DJs who could have the previous test mixes in their hands earlier. From the jungle to the moon... and beyond! The single brings two additional remixes, the first one comes from Lunatic Jazz chief Jota Wagner. Jota gives his psychedelic deep touch to the track in a cleaner mix of the original that fits perfect to deeper dancefloors. Jota has been remixing names like Jay Tripwire and Q-Burns Abstract Message and has upcoming releases on Conya Records, EIGHT-TRACKS and Head Tunes. The second rework of I´m a Man comes from Texas ranger Eddie Spettro. A rough overdrived bass and heavy break beats takes the track to the land of the strongs. Eddie also has a solid work on house music world and his tracks has been released by respected underground labels like Aroma, Chillin Music, Amenti and Nightphunk. Lunatic Jazz Records enters his third year with a respected discography and a catalogue that includes tracks and remixes by Asad Rizvi, Anhanguera, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Sound Diggers and more great producers with one ear in their studios and the other in the moon. Lunatic Jazz 018 artist: Funky Transport & Giles Walker title: I´m A Man tracklist: 01 - I´m A Man - Original 02 - I´m A Man - Jota Wagner Remix 03 - I´m A Man - Eddie Spettro Remix * written and produced by Funky Transport & Giles Walker copyright 2010 - Lunatic Jazz Records – www.lunaticjazz.com Distribuited by Believe Digital - www.believedigital.com Mastered by Asad Rizvi at Reverberations Studio - http://www.reverberations.co.uk (tracks 01 and 02) Mixed and Mastered by Aaron Morris - http://aaronmorris.org - (track 03) Lunatic Jazz Records [email protected] www.lunaticjazz.com r. Marsala, 140 – Jundiai – São Paulo – Brazil Cep 13207-490 Feedbacks: “Original and Jota´s Remix sounds great!!” Renato Cohen “Sick!!! The original mix sounds amazing, this is going straight to the front of my crate. Full Support!!!” Bill Pertinelly – Pin Up Recordings “the funk is definitely alive with the original version and jota wagner remix.” Mike W – Kolours Recordings “that original is the biz. I'll play it for sure. Lovin Eddie's too, I'll probably make a megamix of all three mixes.” Sleazy McQueen “Love the original mix, totally different and quirky. The Jota Wagner remix is cool as well, more 4/4 dancefloor orientated which is cool.” Tom Golden (Homegrown) “Silly, sexy, funky, and just plain good fun. Excellent work by all.” Marco Militano “Digging the original. Its a funky throwdown.....love what Jota did with the remix.” Marc Ellison – Head Tunes “Cracking original mix, great groove & something slightly different too, wicked. Jota's remix is very smart indeed, real funk-driven deep house” Al Bradley – 3am Recordings “Jackin funky tune to kick it off!” Ritchie – Untitled Music “LOve the Original” Mark Bell – Blakkat “wicked funky stuff” The Littlemen “Finally, something different! I will Hammer the OG! I LOVE IT!” Ken (East Coast Boggiemen) “ very eclectic selection of tunes .. Jota Wagner lays down lovely stripped back beats .. smooth and bompty .. NICE” Simon – Deep South Audio “A killer version of the Spencer Davis Group classic. Great production and bang up to date. Big support from me” Ashleey Beedle (X-press 2 / Kiss FM) “super jammin love it” Luke Solomon “ Idjut Boys vibe, i like it!” Raoul Bermans (Swirl People) “I give this TEN out of 5 stars!!!!” Rick Preston

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20. The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Mike Frugaletti Remix)

The Walk - Pistolpuma & Ivaylo (Mike Frugaletti Remix)

Lunatic Jazz has recently visited Oslo in Norway and found much more than hardingfele sounding out of its cold streets. Ivaylo and Pistolpuma join forces to deliver us a smooth, nice and deep house track. The Walk has all the elements one need in a good house tune: a bumping square bass, funky synth layers with a super nice uplifiting vocal phrase. Happy faces in the dancefloor for sure. What else can you wish? Well, maybe a collection of other shades as the Norway duo is accompanied by a golden team of loonie remixers: Jota Wagner, Mike Frugaletti and Jarle Brathen. Jota Wagner, the man behind Colors Sound System, brings the track to a deeper level with a chunky and hypnotic mix. Then our beloved Mike Frugaletti (Good Family Records) and his tweakin’, funky house from Rio de Janeiro (trust us: you can almost feel the ocean breeze). The pack is completed by and epic, strong and uplifting mix from Jarle Brathen, perfect for that peak hour late night action! A complete set of flavors for a great track - The Walk EP is soon available in your favourite online store!

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