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Sat, November 11, 2017

Jazz Rock Live :: Marutyri (NL) - 23. Nov. 2017

Marutyri is an in Rotterdam based, instrumental fusion band. The deep and solid grooves, intense harmonies, story telling solo’s and the well arranged parts, make Marutyri unique in the today’s’ music world and the tougher-than-ever music business.
The band got off to a flying start since their founding in September 2014. In 2015 Marutyri played on the worldwide renown North Sea Jazz Festival, and, they won the prestigious NPO Radio 6 Soul & Jazz Award for Best Talent. In the same year, the band was invited to and played several times on the popular Dutch TV-show “De Wereld Draait Door”. The EP “The Tribe” was released in June 2015 and received a number of good critics.

How did this band become successful on such short notice? Well, not only by delivering hard work and interesting compositions, but also by making stunning live videos and working in a deadline based strategy: it all turned out to be highly effective. Most of the compositions, the arrangements and the project planning come from the band leader and bass player Rik van der Ouw. The band members share their artistic ideas, work hard and strongly focus when they send the music into the world.

The founders of the band became friends back in 2011 when they started studying at Codarts, the conservatory of Rotterdam. After going through various and different bands and projects (such as soul/funk formation Grant with the talented vocalist Jared Grant) they decided, instead of just listening to the fusion music, to make it their own and produce it themselves.

Reviews: "The build-up is almost ‘symphonic’ indeed, with a beginning and an end, with clear parts in the middle and which are not repeated in the composition. Impressive". - Jan Piet Hartman, Jazznu.co
"Alternately, musically compelling and equipped with its own identity, Marutyri on ‘ Inner Movements ‘ sounds like a well oiled collective for which a bright future in play". - Erno Elsinga, Jazzenzo
"In short ‘ Inner Movements ‘ is an excellent jazz rock Made in Holland". - Cok Jouvenaar, Popunie.nl
"Marutyri, this young band seems to be building its brand awareness thorough – also if you have nothing with the music that these musicians play – you can almost not ignore that". - Jan Piet Hartman, jazznu.com

Line up:
Rik van der Ouw – bass guitar, synth bass
Ruud van Halder – guitars
Thijmen Oberink – keyboards
Maurice Slot – drums
Roy Gielesen – percussion
Dennis te Woerd – tenor saxophone
Floris Windey – trumpet, flügelhorn
Yiannis Marinos – trombone

Facts:
– The band is founded in september 2014.
– December 2014, release first EP: ”The First One”.
– June 2015, release second EP: ”The Tribe”.
– Spring and summer 2015, club- and festivaltour in the Netherlands and Belgium
– 11/07/’15, show on North Sea Jazz Festival ’15, Mississipi stage.
– NPO Radio 6 Soul & Jazz Award: Beste Soul & Jazz talent.
– Marutyri played already 5 times in the famous dutch tv-show ”De Wereld Draait Door”.
– April 7th 2016, release full-lenght album: Inner Movements (on Challenge Records International).
– Spring and summer 2016, club- and festival tour in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

Official website

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Sat, November 11, 2017

Live :: Yat Kha - 14. Nov. 2017

Yat-Kha - Music and throat singing from the Altai-Sayani Mountains of Tuva (southern Siberia). / Musik und Kehlkopfgesang aus dem Sajangebirge Tuwas (Südsibirien).

Yat-Kha gehören zu den erfolgreichsten Gruppen Sibiriens. Benannt nach einer mongolischen Zither, machte ihre Fusion von traditioneller Musik mit westlichen Rockvarianten den Kehlkopfgesang ihre Heimatrepublik Tuwa international bekannt.
Der ultra-tiefe Kehlkopfgesang (genannt Kargyraa) von Albert Kuvezin, dem charismatischen Kopf und Gründer der Band, macht Yat-Kha einzigartig und unverwechselbar.
Seit Mitte der 1990er Jahre touren Kuvezin und Perkussionist Zhenia –Rasputin-Tkachev durch die Welt und waren mit unterschiedlichen, internationalen Besetzungen zu Gast auf allen renommierten Weltmusikfestivals in Europa, Kanada, Japan, China und Russland. (WOMAD Helsinki, UK, SFINKS, Roskilde, Glastonbury, Sziget)

Albert Kuvezin - vocals, Throat Singing, Guitar, Yat-Kha Evgeny "Zhenya" Tkachov - drums, Percussion Sholban Mongush - igil, vocal

http://yat-kha.ru/en/biography :: https://yat-kha.bandcamp.com/ :: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yat-Kha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMLEtpTTUFQ :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IIteq1cAQc :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMTT1JQd89k :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNmijHU2AeA

AWARDS and PRIZES:
1990 - Special Prize of Brian Eno at International Contest “Voice of Asia”, Almaty, Kazakhstan
1996 - Grand Jury Prize of Radio France International Contest “Pop and Rock a la East”
1997 - 1st prize for “Dyngyldai” video and documentary at MIDEM, Cannes, France in category Low Budget (director Gerd Conradt)
1999 - Prize of German music critics for originality
2002 - Prize for best club performance in Ethno-Music genre, Moscow
2002 - BBC Radio 3 Award in World Music in category Asia/Pasific
2007 - “Golden Iria” award in category “Legends of Siberian Ethno-Music» at festival “Sayan Ring”, Shushenskoye, Russia
2009 - “Golden Altai” award in category Best Singing at World Music Festival in Altai.

Türe 1930 :: Konzert 2030 :: VVK: http://www.fair-tix.de/tickets/ms-stubnitz/

Wed, October 18, 2017

Live :: Radare (DE) - 30. Oct. 2017

Radare’s songs are slow moving, played deliberately with intensity and patience. The setting is gloomy, even eerie at times. While former projects were deeply rooted in noise music, the Wiesbaden-based four-piece got together to dedicate themselves to quieter and simpler compositions—while relying more on Rhodes piano, brushed drums, brass sections, and mellow tremolo guitar sounds.

Radare’s debut album, “Infinite Regress”, released in 2010, was a first attempt at creating a distinct sound, incorporating the trombone as an unconventional instrument. With their sophomore album, 2011’s “Hyrule”, the band established a compositional style that laid the groundwork for their third record, to be released in 2015. In terms of musical structures, the arrangements on this collection of songs steadily follow an underlying narrative to support the approach of musical storytelling.
Fascinated by the romantic but spooky themes of Angelo Badalamenti, the introspection of Bohren & Club Of Gore, and the grittier works of Talk Talk, Radare create the kind of mood where calmness turns into unease, and the line between comfort and uncertainty begins to blur.

Henrik Eichmann (drums, keys, clarinet)
Matthias Jurisch (bass, trombone)
Fabian Bremer (guitars, keys)
Jobst M. Feit (guitars, keys, synths)

Doors 1930 :: Damage 13€ :: Bandcamp Link :: Facebook Link


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