jazznotjazz is organizing events, parties & festivals with live music and dj's in Frankfurt / Germany and Saigon (HCMC) / Vietnam. jazznotjazz is associated with the label INFRACom! (Ger) and dOSe (VN). jazznotjazz and was founded in the year 2000 by Jan Hagenkoetter. jazznotjazz is not only a musical style, it is also an attitude of crossing borders musically and geographically, no matter what color or flag. We try to melt musical extremes while at the same time paying tribute and respect to the roots.
jazznotjazz might be jazz but that's not necessary. Brazil, Afro, House, Electronic, Soul & Funk build the musical playground which interests us. Especially if these genres intersect with each other. Artists and sounds beside the mainstream, ideas and visions.
„If anybody wants to keep creating, they have to be about change“ (Miles Davis) – or to say it in the words of George Clinton: „One Nation under a Groove"
Jan Hagenkoetter (INFRACom! /jazznotjazz)
ALICE RUSSELL (live) (Offenbach/ Germany)
25.05.13 // Hafen 2, Nordring 129, 63067 Offenbach // buy tickets
Alice is back in town! Nach Ihrem grandiosen Konzert auf dem letzten jazznotjazz Festival in 2009 ist sie mit neuem Album "To Dust" zurück. Diesmal in einer neuen Location dem Hafen 2 - wir freuen uns auf Konzert und Location! Im Anschluss DJ sets by von Jan Hagenkötter, Michael Rütten und TM Juke (der Produzent & Gitarist von Alice Russell).
+++ VOR DEM KONZERT ZEIGEN WIR DAS CHAMPIONSLEAGE FINALE AUF GROßBILDLEINWAND+++IM CAFE DJ PROGRAMM+++KONZERTBEGINN NACH DEM SPIEL!
[re:jazz] kaleidoscope tour 2013 (FFM / Germany)
30.03.13 // Das Bett, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt // buy tickets
de:bug: "Wirklich bemerkenswertes Konzert. Deutschlands erfolgreichste moderne Jazzformation betritt das nächste Level. Wundervoll."Passend zum zehn jährigen Jubiläum veröffentlichten [re:jazz] im November 2012 ihr fünftes Studioalbum"Kaleidoscope".<wbr></wbr> Nach Ihrem Relasekonzert im November kommen sie jetzt ein zweitesmal nach Frankfurt und versprechen eine XXL Ausgabe Ihrer Live Show zu präsentieren.
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dOSe music player in the radio section
listen or download the dOSe music player to get you in the right mood for the up-coming events > radio
jazznotjazz relocated to Saigon / Vietnam
In april 2011 jazznotjazz has relocated it´s activty to Vietnam for one year. Together with their friends from dOSe they will celebrate several events with int. guest in the next month.
Radio Podcast online
In the RADIO section of this website you can find a few jazznotjazz podcasts hosted by Jan Hagenkötter. Older podcasts might be with german announcement only ...so new once will be in english.
[re:jazz] returns with their fifth studio album “Kaleidoscope” to coincide with their tenth anniversary. The self-chosen dogma in the earlier albums of creating acoustic versions of electronic originals is abandoned on Kaleidoscope and the repertoire focuses on own compositions.
Listen to the new album at SOUNDCLOUD: snd.sc/R1Wf8V
The new production has the support of a soul mate in Jazzanova producer Axel Reinemer. Kaleidoscope was recorded and mixed by him analogously, exclusively with vintage microphones, polished and refined using tube compressors. The result impresses through versatility and dynamic sound. [re:jazz] has never sounded as warm, as direct, intimate and impressive as in this symbiosis.
A further remarkable change has left its mark on Kaleidoscope. The new voice of [re:jazz] : the singer "Mediha" who, following the departure of Inga Lühning
[re.jazz] is joined for the anniversary by several musical guests: The most prominent of these is undoubtedly the singer of the Brand New Heavies, the wonderful N'Dea Davenport. The Berlin star trumpeter Studnitzky. Nathalie Schäfer from the German electro-jazz project (Nekta) and Andrew Herbertson (Joash/London). Finally and in keeping with old tradition, some electronic originals have found their way onto the album and have been transformed by Vogt into [re:jazz] versions. "lambic 9 Poetry" by the British sound tinkerer Squarepusher or the wonderfully melancholic "Miss You" by Trentemoeller, are placed in a new context here. A classic of house music is also present in the interpretation of “Tears” (Frankie Knuckles/Robert Owens).
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