Joshua Brandon-Phantom of Jazz
It’s a Sunday afternoon. Need something a little slower and laid back than for the rest of the week. Joshua Brandon’s Phantom of Jazz fits the bill. In a way, this track doesn’t need any sort of explanation. The title says it all. It is jazztastic. But it is dislocated. All a bit wierded out. Like jazz acid. Trippy. Rather good.
And if you liked that, you can buy his Neoclassical Jazzistic Bullshit album, from which the track comes on iTunes. And if you’re still not sure try Oh Technicolor! which is still laid back but more leftfield house in style.
Blurb: The act of Joshua Brandon is innovative with devastating beats that fuses Bass, Psychedelic, Jazz, Break-Beat and Live Electronics. Multi-instrumentalist musician, producer, researcher, dj, composer, arranger, sound designer, stage designer, Joshua has a new style with abrupt changes of pace and incredible soundscapes that will take you to unimaginable places all wrapped in an amazing visual show. With over 10 years of career Brandon has stepped stages of all the Republic and the United States, accompanied as an openning act for the Californian artist Free the Robots in the closing of his world tour of 2010. And sharing the stage with famed producer Flying Lotus in the important venue of the Jose Cuervo Salon Mexico City.