All sorts of jazz, free jazz and improv. Never for money, always for love.
As Michal Osowski says at the start, this is a bit different from what you'd normally expect to hear at Rotterdam's White Elephant Club. But Osowski's electronics, Daisuke Terauchi's and Tamaho Miyake's scary vocals and other sounds (flute, theremin, harmonium, small instruments) build up to something pretty intense. I'd question the role of Goncalo De Almeida and Wieland Moeller on bass and drums: this isn't a group that really calls for a rhythm section. But Michal promises a "trip" and a "treat" in his intro, and it turns out to be both.
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