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Brazilian and Afro-Cuban rhythms highlight new Blue-Hots album
(Published: September 18, 2017)

The Blue-Hots is a driven ensemble of talented musicians. Their sound is deeply rooted within the jazz footprint, but the combo is keen on experimenting with various elements, including Brazilian and Afro-Cuban rhythms, making for a pleasant fusion twist.

Their recent LP, Collection Three: Spells (2014-2015), is the most recent addition to a series of releases that showcase the group's creative appetite for vintage pop, this time focusing on '60s bachelor-pad and lounge styles.

Spells features ten songs that showcase the band's diverse approach. It is immediately apparent that drums and percussion play a very important role in this particular effort. The grooves are infectious, steady and direct, sustaining the vocal melodies beautifully.

On tracks such as "Over Love" the band even embraces elements of folk and rock, adding a modern touch to their sound and beautifully re-contextualizing their Brazilian influences and jazz roots.

More Information: http://www.theblue-hots.com

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