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Microsolutions To Megaproblems by Various

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Album Info

Release Date: 2005-07-24

Label: Soul Jazz Records

A1 and C3 originally released on When Cedars Fall, 2003
B2 and D1 originally released on Hands On Feet EP, 2003
B4 and D2 originally released on Remixes, 2004
C1 and D4 originally released on Do Sheep Dream Of Macrobiotic Humans?, 2004
A2 is exclusive to this compilation. Original version released on We Got It Like That, 2004
A4 and B3 (latter originally titled ‘Barbeque Plate ("Last Supper Mix" By Telefon Tel Aviv)’) originally released on Beat Tape Remixes, 2004
A3 originally released on Era EP, 2005
B1 and C2 originally released on Discoèthique EP, 2005
D3 is exclusive to this compilation

"Soul Jazz Records subsiduary electronic label Microsolutions to Megaproblems celebrates two years of releases with this new album. Microsolutions to Megaproblems brings together many of the finest experimental electronic artists working in their respective fields today – whether it be electronica, avant hip-hop, twisted disco, deep jazz and more. This album features tracks from all the earlier 12" releases plus unique exclusives for this album. Established electronic-pioneers such as Kit Clayton, Kid 606 and Sutekh are present alongside West-coast left-field hip-hop/beat-heads Daedelus and AmmonContact. From the UK, underground remixer to the stars Radio Slave, A/K/A Rekid (Kylie Minogue, Paul McCartney!), tech-disco artist Secondo (with a unique to this album acid mix), A. Greenman are featured alongside exclusive new music from Tim Exile. The album also features deep electronic left-field jazz remixes from pioneers Hu Vibrational and Chicago’s finest, Telefon Tel Aviv. Most of the artists on this album not only have recorded earlier material for other labels, many in fact run their own labels. They include Kit Clayton who owns and runs Orthlorng Musork, Kid 606 who runs Tigerbeat 6, Sutekh with Context, Secondo with Dreck, Hu Vibrational with Metamusic, and so on. Between them they have recorded with labels as diverse as Force Inc, Moving Shadow, Hefty, Ninja, Planet Mu, Classic and many more. Microsolutions to Megaproblems and Soul Jazz Records have been cataloguing the expansion of this new type of electronic artist who remain in control of their music and are happy to defy traditional concepts moving in and out of musical styles whilst still remaining "electronic". This is the first CD/LP to be released on Microsolutions to Megaproblems."