6 Aug - Japanese jazz trio J.A.M will be releasing their first new album after a hiatus of more than two years.
According to Tokyo Hive, fans have been highly anticipating for the group's new album, titled "Jazz Acoustic Machine". The album would be released on 19 September, which is nearly two years and four months since their last album, "Just Another Mind".
The album will contain 13 tracks from various genres, not only jazz, which includes hip-hop, house and rock. Among the tracks is a cover version of Robert Glasper's "Liquid Street" and trumpeter Hino Terumasa would be featured in the track titled "HE KNOWS".
J.A.M is a side project of Japanese jazz band SOIL&"PIMP"SESSIONS, consisting of members Josei, Akita Goldman and Midorin. Their debut album was "Just A Maestro".