<House> Martin Iveson started out in the music industry programming music for video games in his native U.K. Hard to believe, right? Under the moniker of Atjazz (read All That Jazz), he has crafted an enduring sound so inimitably soulful and jazzy, that Soul Candi saw fit to put out their latest instalment in the Pioneers of House series exclusively featuring some of his best loved productions and remixes. Whether you’re a diehard fan of the man’s work or a complete newbie, you’ll be hard put to find fault with this collection of the virtuoso producers work. Atjazz exhibits a singular versatility on this release, adding deft touches to tracks like Dennis Ferrer’s wildly popular Hey Hey, which has a raw, almost dirty, techy feel to it; which is contrasted by the soulful, warm Love Soul rework of Leon Ware’s On the Beach. The classic Mercyless by Fred Everything is a gem. His remix of Relax by Rainy Payne & Doc Link has some unexpected tribal elements, yet still distinctively Atjazzy. The popular Chasing by C9ine ft Kholi is brilliant, followed by a very interesting take on DJ Whisky’s Boni Mores. Destiny by System Funk is a beautifully written and arranged track, followed by Glory by Halo ft Miaya. There’s also the hit Please You, which you just can’t help but get up and dance to. If there is such a thing as a flawless album, this release is a strong contender for the title.