Nojazz

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Nojazz
Origin Paris, France
Years active 2002-present
Website www.nojazz.fr
Members Philippe Balatier, Philippe Sellam, Sylvain Gontard, Pascal Reva, Andrew Ward

Nojazz is a French electronic music band, often labeled as being a Nu-jazz band, with sounds borrowed from jazz and Cuba. Since November 2006, They play every Saturday in French TV show Salut les Terriens, presented by Thierry Ardisson on Canal+. They play the track "boogaloo" at the beginning of the show.

Career[edit]

Nojazz released their eponymous debut album in 2002. The album was produced by Teo Macero, Miles Davis's producer. In 2004 they released noLimits, a compilation of remixes. Their last album dates from 2005 and is called Have Fun.

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Nojazz (2002)
  • NoLimits (2004)
  • Have Fun (2005)
  • ZooLand (2009)
  • Live au Sunset (2013)