Berlin's Jazzanova collective formed in 1995, after DJing with one another at a club called Delicious Doughnuts. Alexander Barck, Class Brieler, Roskow Kretschmann, Stefan Leisering, Axel Reinemer, and Jürgen von Knoblauch shared a common goal of blending their collected inspirations together to create a new, sophisticated sound, with debts owed to nearly every form of dance-oriented music from the past several decades.

It's to be expected that Jazzanova would turn in excellent productions with every track, but what's most impressive about the new album, Of All the Things, is the work that Jazzanova haven't made their forté in the past -- songwriting, arrangements, and the pairing of each vocalist with a song that works perfectly for them.

Fans of Jamie Lidell and Mark Ronson produced tracks will totally dig the song I Can See, featuring Ben Westbeech. The video is below for your viewing pleasure as well.