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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Jocelyn Enriquez Just a Kiss: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Jocelyn Enriquez Just a Kiss: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Actor Fisher Stevens\'s directorial debut, Just a Kiss, centers on three New York City couples caught in a whirlpool of infidelity. Its soundtrack slickly underscores the story\'s contemporary setting and mores with a heady, club-beat-fueled cocktail of nervous dance grooves, electronica, acid jazz post-modern pop, and R&B. Holding it all together is the savory, equally eclectic music and mixes of Boston native cum NYC clubmeister Sean Dinsmore, a.k.a. DJ Cavo. Dinsmore\'s own sideline Dum Dum Project kicks things off with the East Asian sitar and vocal samples of \"Jackson Heist,\" while the electro-juiced soul of Jocelyn Enriquez, the dreamy trip-hop of Supreme Beings of Leisure, and the jazz-inflected pop of Bossa Nostra (with Bruna Lopez) and Tara MacLean tastefully punctuate the mixer\'s evocative soundscape. The avant-swing of \"Max Roach\" by the Charlie Watts-Jim Keltner Project and Genevieve Waite\'s 1930s-retro \"Love Is Coming Back\" offer some historic perspective, but it\'s Dinsmore\'s vision, be it club-savvy mixing or surprising classical influences, like \"Funeral Music\" and \"Park Cello,\" that makes it all hang together. A pleasant, compelling surprise of a soundtrack. --Jerry McCulley

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