Three years in the making Luz Mob recently dropped his inspired Interpretations. Luz himself plays a couple saxophones, alto and baritone, and the bass clarinet, as well as directing a gaggle of session players across the country. The not-so-unifying thread behind this collection of covers (yes, that’s The Selector’s “The Selector”) is Luz’s wide range of musical tastes: from reggae to hip hop, ska to cumbia. He pulls all the sounds together with hip-hop beats and strong horn playing. The strength of this album lies in Luz’s ability to blend the live instrumentation with the programming without the former being enslaved by the latter. Recommended for after-hour chill sessions or the lazy days you call in “sick” to work and end up dancing all morning in your pajamas.