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A few years back a group of young fans of black music with a preference for jazz and blues got together in the Soraluze (Gipuzkoa) youth centre to organise sessions for top musicians, mainly from the Basque Country and the rest of the peninsula, but also for any other instrumentalists passing through from other parts of Europe.

After using another place with a Billie Holliday emblem, the next step will be to bring out some albums in the Autumn of 2002 with the label jazz, in the widest meaning of the term, with the help of Gaztelupeko Hotsak.

It is a collection which is aimed at showing – without prejudice standard themes – own compositions of various musicians or bands.  The first two works are from solo artist Miren Aranburu helped by sax player Jean Louis Hargous amongst others, and the young pianist Jon Urrutia. Sant Pau 44 Quartet from Gasteiz, the quintet of the pianist navarre Teresa zabalza.

Since 2005 these are the artists that have published record:

Asstrio (Katalunia)

Victor de Diego (Bilbao) 

Zafari Project (Madrid / Argentina)

Sumrrá eta Terela Gradin (Galicia),

The Heckler (Juan Carlos Balcázar from Colombia)

Iñaki Salvador Noneto 

Jeronimo Martin Trio (Bilbo) 

4 Brothers and a Ghost (Mikel Andonegi from London)

Josetxo Goia-Aribe (Los pendientes de la Reina)

JJBand Malagako baxu jotzailearena

Joserra Senperena  (San Sebastian)

Marta Sanchez Trio  (Madrid)

Juan de Diego Trio  (Bilbao / Barcelona)

Estramp Jaç  (Katalunia)

Camello de Troya  (Hegoamerika / Madril)

JVera  (Mallorca / Madrid)

Organiks  (Gipuzkoa)

Jimmy Arrabit Trio  (Lapurdi)

Mikel Gaztelurrutia (Gipuzkoa)

De Diego Brothers (Bilbo- Barcelona)

Alejandro di Costanzo (Buenos Aires)

Gere (Alava)

Albums of the winners of the jazz competicion  Debajazz and Getxo:

 Zafari Project Madrid, 2006), Magnus Melh Quintet (Germany, 2006), People Are Machine (Denmark, 2007), Kristian Brink Quartet (Scandinavia, 2008). Points (Czech Republic, 2009)