Swedish Azz is a tribute to two exceptional figures in the history of Swedish jazz, baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin and pianist Lars Werner. The first of these was profiled in prestigious American magazine Down Beat in 1954, which regarded him as the most interesting new jazz artist even though he had never crossed the Atlantic.
Arutyunyan & Rubenis is an improv duo of two young Latvian musicians – drummer Ivars Arutyunyan and guitar player Edgars Rubenis.
SINA aka Barry Gordon is a musician and producer from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Fascinated by music from an early age he was intrigued and inspired by his fathers extensive and eclectic vinyl collection which contained many diverse genres of music, from Latin and African rhythmic music to folk, gospel and jazz. […]
THE FUSE is the real lethal mixture. To gain it’s dangerous properties it was necessary to mix up youth with experience and energy with hard work. When we add mutual fascination of 70’ funk and groove the result of this equation is only one – dynamite.
“What We Are Is Secret”, LOW-FI‘s first LP, is finally born. Time has passed since LOW-FI released first EP (Octopus Records 2010), during which the band has toured all over Europe increasing their musical perspectives and perceptions.
Being a praiseworthy Ukrainian response of popularity surge to Goran Bregovich, Boban Markovich and «Non Smoking Orchestra» by Emir Kusturitsa, Perkalaba’s activity started in 1998.
From north to south the members of this band have gathered to play music and improvise.
SVELIA is a collaboration of five Swedish & Australian musicians. Here, influences from both the European and Australian jazz and improvisational scenes are fused together.
Blues Superband? Well, this would probably be a good description of Harpcore phenomenon, if not for the fact that its members’ musical imagination broke out of the framework of pure blues long time ago. As a result, we get this explosive multi-genre coctail of virtuosity, finesse and, most of all, great fun!
Me Myself And I was formed in 2006. The musicians describe their sound as vocal music controlled by human voice. They sing a capella with some use of electronics creating melodic, jazz-rock, soul vocals based on beatbox rythms. They are just three people making music not easy to classify.
kalejdoskopJa – its attempt to self-portrait showing my inner soul composed of different elements and motifs like a complicated puzzle or jigsaw puzzles. It’s the story of my returns from the land of degradation and submitting again after every difficult experience.
Olbrzym & Kurdupel are a jazz band from Poland. They play freely improvised music. The duo was created in spring 2007 in Gdynia. The music they play is simple, uninfluenced improvisation. The composing is identical to the first and only performance of that piece and it is unique. The priority of OiK is giving concerts and the publishing is only the documentary recording of all the stages of their creative work.
Noisezone is a new avantgarde jazz project that came to life in Basel, Switzerland. Trio of musicans: Sebastian Smolyn, harnessing a storm of sounds coming from his E-Trombone, his brother Artur, generating vast range of convulsive, electronic noise attacks and Daniel Buess, empowering both with thrilling rythms of his percussion.