RioListic's BOSSA NO.5 kicks the album off with a bossa groove in a sort of Latin mash-up sound complete with piano and percussion to suit. The bansuri flute and vinyl transistor cuts quickly reassure the listener that this will be a most eclectic album.
Le D comes in next with FLOAT, a dubby downtempo groover with a very intelligent string arrangement and cinematic score samples. The bubbling electro backdrop makes for a nice listen.
Groove Matter brings us 97 WAYS, which begins with some brush work and follows up with a downtempo jazz groove. Big band strings, a grand piano melody, and slick electro synthwork give background to the groove as well as the jiving electric piano solo.
DON'T BREAK IT is another Jazzelicious tune that works around a swinging guitar lick; complete with some smoking sax work, transistor cuts, and dubbed out brass samples.
Groove Matter's KINDA' GOING CRAZY begins with a bit of vox stating the title following up with a funky groove and smooth synth arrangement. This track features a bit of brass and sax and a slap-happy bassline to suit.
BEACH DAY by RioListic introduces us to a nice jazz guitar rhythm followed by a bouncy bossa/house groove with an electric piano giving us a melody. The light bansuri samples and cutlery at the end of the track finish it off nicely.
Maya F.S. gives us a funky jazz groove featuring a blend of vinyl dj cuts and throw-over work. I REMEMBER also has some sultry female vocals from Andrea Miller backed up by a bit of guitar and horn solo samples.
Still hanging with the darker side of the groove, Maya F.S. comes back with JUST LIKE THIS. A bubbling and dark bell piano takes the lead as the funky rimshot groove drives it on. The sax solo is as hot as the reverbed female vox and conga percussion included within.
Finishing off the album is PRELUDE by Zigo. The piano begins as if it were being played on a victrola plate through a horn, eventually swelling into life with the accompanying chamber string arrangement and light tripped out backbeat. The track makes off as if it were the score for a silent French film.