Jazzy Care Ep is more like a collection of Ideas rather than a simple Ep. Apparel Muisc gives voice to a very up and coming artist, Andrea Natale. Although he's just in his 20s, it's like Andrea has drawn in the 90s in the most examplary way. Each track reminds us of past times, even though it's wel fitted in present moods and influences.“A dir poco timido” is a very aerial track, like a jump in lightness. where the rising of the loops carries us away till we tumble in empty space, a melancholy chord enriched with driving circles. “Don't Care” shows the artist's inner perspective, and lets us peeping inside the mad and genius of his mind: the voices mix with te beat and whisper something weird from the back of the room, while the bass provides all the sel confidence nedded to open the door of our immagintion.“It's a sing” is still on “the planet of the unexpected” and cherishes us witha few instruments skipping within the pads leading us to a neplastic platform. “Who's the man” is the right march toward a new acoustic service station: the leading voice gives the right information to appreciate the classical house music evocations through the journey. You wouldn't miss it.“Deker Song” is this backward travel goal. Everything is right back in place and the distorted voice complete the scenery, refined even if a bit silly. The second act is dedicated to Remixes: George G is never disappointing his followers: “Don't Care” voices are brought back to the future in the 2000s to taste the dry dust of the new generation. Echonomist presents two different versions, but you can't say which one is the best. For sure the clubs and times are diffrent.The final act is taken by Kisk, providing a medley with all the most significative elements of the entire Ep, like we hadn't get enough!