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The Hot Club of Detroit's fourth studio-album, 2012's Junction, builds upon the group's longstanding knack for mixing exploratory post-bop, soulful contemporary jazz, and French chanson into its foundation of swinging Django Reinhardt-style Gypsy jazz. Once again showcasing the talents of guitarists Evan Perri and Paul Brady, as well as accordionist Julien Labro, the album also introduces the new line-up of saxophonist Jon Irabagon, vocalist Cyrille Aimee, bassist Shawn Conley, and guest saxophonist Andrew Bishop. There is a more expansive, somewhat ruminative post-rock vibe on a few of the songs here, suggesting that the internal changes in the band's lineup led them down heretofore unexplored creative avenues. Irabagon brings several compositions to the table, including the lead-off soul-jazz meets Gypsy-swing number "Goodbye, Mr. Anderson." Also interesting is Labro's "Chutzpah," which deftly mixes moments of avant-garde saxophone skronk and free jazz with sections of melodic swing. French-born Aimee, who took third place in the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition, brings a sound that encompasses both the throaty, intimate style of the French cabaret tradition and the virtuoso chops of Ella Fitzgerald on such numbers as the breezy "La Foule," the torchy ballad "Django Mort," and an inspired reworking of Ornette Coleman's "Lonely Woman." Elsewhere, Irabagon and Ann Arbor native Bishop dive into an amiable sparring session on "Hey!" and the band sticks to its frenetic instrumental sound on the Carl Stalling-esque "Puck Bunny." These are sophisticated recordings that make the most of the band's varied musical abilities, resulting in an album brimming with cross-pollinated musical sounds and textures. ~ Matt Collar

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1
Goodbye Mr. Anderson 00:06:01

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - F Magellan Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

2
Song For Gabriel 00:04:14

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Evan Perri Music/ Harper Woods Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

3
La Foule 00:04:12

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Bourne Company, Sadaic Latin Copyrights, Inc., MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

4
Hey! 00:05:57

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

5
Chutzpah 00:05:37

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

6
Messe Gitane 00:03:54

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Django Reinhardt Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

7
DJango Mort 00:05:30

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

8
Junction 00:04:02

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Evan Perri Music/ Harper Woods Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

9
Midnight In Detroit 00:02:11

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Evan Perri Music/ Harper Woods Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Labro Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

10
Lonely Woman 00:05:41

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - MJQ Music/ Hal Leonard Corp., Phrase Text/ Kobalt Music Publishing, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

11
Goodbye Mr. Shearing 00:04:00

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Labro, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

12
Puck Bunny 00:04:01

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Labro Music, MusicPublisher - Paul Brady Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

13
Rift 00:05:53

Hot Club Of Detroit, MainArtist - Who is She Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2012 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

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The Hot Club of Detroit's fourth studio-album, 2012's Junction, builds upon the group's longstanding knack for mixing exploratory post-bop, soulful contemporary jazz, and French chanson into its foundation of swinging Django Reinhardt-style Gypsy jazz. Once again showcasing the talents of guitarists Evan Perri and Paul Brady, as well as accordionist Julien Labro, the album also introduces the new line-up of saxophonist Jon Irabagon, vocalist Cyrille Aimee, bassist Shawn Conley, and guest saxophonist Andrew Bishop. There is a more expansive, somewhat ruminative post-rock vibe on a few of the songs here, suggesting that the internal changes in the band's lineup led them down heretofore unexplored creative avenues. Irabagon brings several compositions to the table, including the lead-off soul-jazz meets Gypsy-swing number "Goodbye, Mr. Anderson." Also interesting is Labro's "Chutzpah," which deftly mixes moments of avant-garde saxophone skronk and free jazz with sections of melodic swing. French-born Aimee, who took third place in the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition, brings a sound that encompasses both the throaty, intimate style of the French cabaret tradition and the virtuoso chops of Ella Fitzgerald on such numbers as the breezy "La Foule," the torchy ballad "Django Mort," and an inspired reworking of Ornette Coleman's "Lonely Woman." Elsewhere, Irabagon and Ann Arbor native Bishop dive into an amiable sparring session on "Hey!" and the band sticks to its frenetic instrumental sound on the Carl Stalling-esque "Puck Bunny." These are sophisticated recordings that make the most of the band's varied musical abilities, resulting in an album brimming with cross-pollinated musical sounds and textures. ~ Matt Collar

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