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Dusty - Jazz & Milk EP

Dusty Jazz and Milk EP
Dusty - Jazz & Milk EP
(Ltd 12") Jazz & Milk JM001, 2006-03-27

Tracklisting :
A1. North Skit
A2. Dealin' With Fire
A3. South Skit
A4. Revolver Theme
B1. East Skit
B2. Gemini
B3. West Skit
B4. Think Twice

This is from the limited japanese edition batch as 300, all handmade.

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Press Release :
Jazz & Milk is proud to present their very first release "Jazz&Milk" by Munich based dj and producer Dusty.
Influenced by a wide range of musical styles, Dusty tried to reflect his musical taste on 4 different tracks of this EP. Teaming up with jazz musician "Christian Doepke" on "Dealin' with Fire", "Think Twice" and with local funk collector "Tobias Kirmayer" (Tramp Records) on the hip shakin track "Revolver Theme". The idea of "Jazz&Milk" is based on a combination of independent music and handmade artwork.

"Dusty's Jazz & Milk EP is one of my favourite records of 2006 so far. It's causing quite a stir every time I play it, top release!!!" (Russ Dewbury // Brighton Jazz Rooms / Jazz Bop / New Jazz Spectrum Radio show)

"Very cool 12inch debut from Jazz & Milk. Like it a lot. Favourite track is "Revolver Theme" that's a real funky club hit and I will play it for sure. The rest is nice, too." (Rino // Duplex Inc / Pulver Rec)


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