P’taah is Brann’s opportunity to move out of the house-music spectrum and experiment with alternative approaches to making club and electronic music. Compressed Light was the debut album from P’taah -moving effortlessly between soundtrack-like downtempo jazz cuts to energetic fusions of percussion and club beats. Following “Compressed Light” was “Decompressed”, an album of remixes including the huge broken beat anthem “The Crossing” remix by Opaque (aka Seiji). A third album of P’taah material is in the works. Tentatively titled “Staring At The Sun” it’s set for release in Spring 2003, with a single featuring Atjazz remixes out in November 2002. The beauty of P’taah is in Brann’s ability to combine organic instruments with cutting edge studio trickery. Percussion and future jazz beats collide to provide the back bone of deceptively minimal tracks. The sound of P’taah is unique but carries a hint of early 70s Herbie Hancock, Sun Ra’s spacey soul, blaxploitation soundtracks, ECM Jazz, and new school acts like the Cinematic Orchestra and Jazzanova.
Edited by Soul_Mekkah on 1 Mar 2007, 18:06
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