For its fifth consecutive edition the Japanese branch of the Montreux Jazz Festival invited – amongst others – Pete Josef for an exclusive gig. To celebrate this honorable deference Sonar Kollektiv releases a special 3-track EP. “The Travelling Song” off Josef’s debut album “Colour” gets three different remixes which suit the occasion perfectly. The first one comes from the Kyoto Jazz Sextet and turns the pop song into a proper Bebop track with mesmerizing horn stabs and a drum break out of this world. The remix by DJ Kawasaki & Makoto pushes the song straight onto the dancefloor by making a uplifting vocal house track out of it. The third and last rework by Mark De Clive-Lowe from New Zealand keeps the positive, life-affirming vibes up. His version is probably the one with the most explicit effect in the club, while the other two remixes are the ones to be heard on radio stations all around the world, not only in Japan.
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