CCJam 53 – ProleteR

In episode 53 of CCJam, Dave brings you the music of ProleteR, a French producer and beatmaker, combining heavy hip-hop beats and jazz/charleston samples, spiced with guitar arrangements and smooth pieces of synth.

You can find the music of ProleteR over at Bandcamp, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

The tracks included on this episode are:

CCJam 52 – Mercury and The Architects

In episode 52 of CCJam, Caroline brings you the music of Mercury and The Architects, a cinematic music experience from Staten Island in New York.

You can find the music of Mercury & the Architects over at Jamendo, ReverbNation, Free Music Archive, SoundCloud, and also from their official website where you can “Enter The Maze” for the change to get other digital content!

The tracks included on this episode are:

CCJam 51 – Somewhere In Time

In episode 51 of CCJam, Yannick introduces the listeners to Russian band Somewhere In Time.

Not a lot of information about the band, even on their VK.com page, but there is a tiny piece of info about their first album Catharsis on their bandcamp page : it’s a concept album, divided in three parts, inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy.

The album is also available from Jamendo and YouTube.

The tracks included on this episode are:

CCJam 49 – Moonshiners

In episode 49 of CCJam, Yannick brings you the music of Moonshiners, a French rock band from Normandy.

They can be found on Facebook and their album Distillé is available on Jamendo, iTunes, Amazon, and probably a lot of other places!

The tracks included on this episode are:

CCJam 48 – Boogie Belgique

In episode 48 of CCJam, Dave brings you the music of Boogie Belgique, a Belgian band with a sound that can best be described as a fusion of old and new, vintage yet innovative.

You can find the music of Boogie Belgique over at Bandcamp, Google Play, Amazon, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

The tracks included on this episode are: