Trüby Trio

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Trüby Trio
Origin Germany Germany
Genres Nu jazz, Broken beat
Years active 1997 - present
Labels Studio !K7, Compost Records
Associated acts Voom:Voom, Fauna Flash
Members Rainer Trüby
Christian Prommer
Roland Appel

Trüby Trio are a German band specialising in nu jazz and broken beat.[1] Founded in 1997 by Rainer Trüby, Roland Appel and Christian Prommer, their Latin-influenced sound,[2] integrating bossa nova and flamenco styles, saw the band become pioneers of the nu jazz sound.[3] Their early remixes of artists such as Nitin Sawhney led to the band's own releases on the Compost Records label,[4] with their own work being subject to remixes by artists including Tiefschwarz, Louie Vega and Señor Coconut.[5] The band were asked to compile the DJ-Kicks: Trüby Trio album in 2001,[6] and their debut studio album, Elevator Music, followed in 2003.[7]

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