late eighties British music label which released precisely no acid and no jazz
That new acid jazz record is shit!
by jimaflip May 05, 2003
A style of music that utilizes electronic and hip-hop techniques to create a somewhat upbeat or sensual psychedelic soundscape. It is often characterized by its use of loops and samples of original jazz and blues recordings but with electronic beats, scratching, and mixing.

US3's 1993 recording "Cantaloupe" is an acid jazz version of Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island."
by Millsey October 31, 2007
A style of music that utilizes electronic and hip-hop techiques to create a somewhat sensual psychedelic soundscape. It is often characterized by its use of loops and samples of original jazz and blues recordings but with electronic beats, scratching, and mixing.
Hey I found the new Massive Attack album in the 'acid jazz' section. I thought they were Trip-hop.
by Millsy September 13, 2003
A popular movement in the late eighties and early nineties of electronic jazz music.
Acid Jazz typically consists of synthesizers playing parts that would otherwise be performed by acoustic instruments or by using loops and samples from original jazz songs.

Usually has lyrics and a strong drum beat. "Easy listening" dance music.
by Proteus November 14, 2003
the sickest coolest dopest fella ever in the history of the sickest coolest dopest fella's of all the worlds of the universe. and he's not the sux!
damn, i wish i was acidjazz
by acidjazz March 04, 2003
Creator of a lame "hacked" mirc client back in "the day".
Doug: Acidjazz sure did make a lame "hacked" mirc client back in "they day", didn't he?

Ted: Aye.
by Anonymous March 05, 2003

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