A prime example of why jazz and electronic music are united 'till death do they part.
Despite decades of history, it seems like the crossover of jazz and electronic music might be on its way to 'future bass' popularity status. But unlike future bass-whatever that is-it's doubtful that this jazzy will mold like a Wave Racer track anytime soon.
Jarryd Torff is a prime example of why jazz and electronic music are united 'till death do they part. New to your ears and ours, his breezy, house-y debut EP Islands gleams from start to finish. "Islands" is a track for glass elevator rides with a cityscape view to the penthouse suite.
The multi-instrumentalist and producer is based vaguely "somewhere between the islands of Montreal and New York City."
"This music is a blend of the experiences I've had in these two cities and the images are a blend of Brooklyn, and the south shore of Montreal," says Torff.
Listen to the track "Islands" above. Jarryd Torff's Islands EP is out on February 24.