“End of Bombastic Jam”
All good things come to an end friends, but it sure is with a little sadness that I share with You
the news that Bombastic Jam will cease to exist as a label.
A true work of love, over the years Bombastic Jam has brought together artists from all over the world with quality releases, unique collaborations and a keen ear for the freshest sounds in the business: from dance floor fillers to hammock chillers Bombastic Jam has proudly and consistently delivered entertainment to your ears.
Nothing but good old fashioned pride for a project that might be coming to its end but that has united funk lovers from all over the globe under one shaking roof and big big ups to all the artists that have chosen and supported Bombastic as a platform for their music and to all of you for supporting our artists and buying our music.
While bombastic Jam will be no longer, the music will still be available for your listening pleasure; but do take the time to connect directly with each of your favorite artists via social media and find out what they have been cooking in the studio.
The end of something, even of something we had learned to love, also means more energy, more focus and more passion going towards other projects:
And that really means more quality music, so please connect with my projects directly and don’t miss a funking beat, because lots is brewing for this coming months!
The Big Chill (My Blues)
The Swingers Club
Mission Jazz (Renegades Of Jazz Remix)
Road Trip To Lagos
The Art of Afro
Cash Money feat Georges Perin
Loopback Brother feat Timothy Wisdom
Records In The Crate
Smokey Bandits is a project from Basement Freaks & Quasamodo when back in 2007 jointed forces and started recording their “Debut” album in collaboration with 14 talented musicians from Greece and from arround the world.
Its business as usual in The Smokey Bandits house: bass lines come and go, trumpets sitting lazy in the living room, accordions and trombones melting around, congas, maracas and bongos arguing about the last Tarantino’s film, flutes want to take the leadership, old-school Waltzes n’Tangos drinking a big bottle of champagne, guitars and Rhodes sitting
comfortably in the sofa watching (one more time) “Smokey And The Bandit” (their favorite film).
It took 2 years to finish the album and has been dedicated to the memory of Ioannis Fotiadis R.I.P
Enjoy the music as its one of the finest work ever made from both of the producers!