Gene Coleman & Raed Yassin – “The Adventures Of Nabil Fawzi” (Al Maslakh, 2019)

“The Adventures Of Nabil Fawzi” is out now on “Al Maslakh” label. Album was recorded by Gene Coleman (bass clarinet) and Raed Yassin (double bass). Gene Coleman fuses tigether the tendencies of contemporary and innovative experimental jazz, free improvisation, free, creative and avant-garde jazz, as well as the tunes of contemporary academical and experimental music. Fascinating experiments, fresh and original ideas, expressive and vivid musical language, the synthesis of academical, experimental and improvisational music’s tunes – all these elements make his music inspiring and bright. Raed Yassin is a experienced double bass player. Inventive ideas, modern expressions, frantic and radical solos, passionate and moving culminations – improviser manages to fuse together all these elements to one place. His music is totally based on free improvisation and avant-garde jazz. European and American avant-garde jazz streams meet together and are mixed up together to complicated and nervous bebop, aggressive post bop or hard bop, calm and stable cool, dynamic mainstream or any other modern jazz’s style. Both musicians are active figures of avant-garde jazz scene – they’re concerting on world-wide jazz scene with dozens of other famous and featured jazz masters.

“The Adventures Of Nabil Fawzi” is a mix of innovations, expression, vividness and drive. Both musicians gently fit together – they’re listening to each other’s playing and succesfully react to any changes or surprises in partner’s improvisations. Immediate reponses, sudden changes, bright and colorful contrasts, pleasant surprises, switching moods,  individual compounds and innovative instrumentation – all these elements are joined together. The musicians are improvising spontaneously for the most of the time – they don’t hesitate to get on any musical experiment, no matter that it’s frantic, ambient, adventurous, totally crazy, wild or unusual. Wild imagination, fantasy, inventive and radical point of view helps to create succesfully new, bright and expressive sound. The main basics of the avant-garde and experimental jazz are used here. It’s the key of each composition. Musicians are fusing these styles together with modern, contemporary or mainstream jazz, as well as with tunes related to contemporary academical, modern classical or experimental music. The innovations of contemporary experimental music and academic avant-garde are used here mostly in the instrumental section by integrating modern ways of playing to innovative, specific, traditional, rare, exotic, home-made or any other playing techniques. Sharp and aggressive harmony is created by using disonances. Wide range of rhytms contains wide, dynamic and contrasting rhythmic section, which is leaded by both musicians. The melody line is inspiring and bright – it’s the key of all compositions. Inspiring, engaging, enjoying, passionate, dyanmic… – there’s so many emotions, moods, characters and expressions who are expressed and mixed up together. The melody line is bright, filled with eccentric decisions, strange and eclectic stylistic pairs, colorful and modern allusions to one or other style, free, inspiring and passionate free improvisations, vibrant and rigorous riffs or modest, silent and subtle excerpts. Bass clarinet melodies are deep, independent and solid. Gene Coleman is trying out new, innovative and extravagant ways of playing – shining and adventurous riffs, roaring, vibrant and tremendous blow outs, noisy, strange and fascinating tunes, outrageous timbres, solid and heavy solos, expressive melodies, repetitive bass line meets together. Double bass by Raed Yassin is the source of original experiments, interesting timbres and bright decisions. Improviser is improvising spontaneously for the most of the time. Strange timbres, trills, passages, repetitive and solid tunes, monotonic rhythmic series, sharp chords, solemn and inspiring solos, ambient tunes, the newest innovations of contemporary academical music who join experimental and innovative decisions – that’s the basic of these compositions. Both musicians are demonstrating inspiring, engaging, driving and interesting sound.


Stellari String Quartet ‎– “Vulcan” (Emanem, 2019)

“Vulcan” is out now on “Emanem” label. Album was recorded by “Stellari String Quartet” – it’s Philipp Wachsmann (violin), Charlotte Hug (viola), Marcio Mattos (cello) and John Edwards (double bass). Quartet’s music is based on free improvisation, avant-garde jazz and the newest innovations of contemporary academical and experimental music. All four musicians are experienced, inventive, creative and innovative improvisers. They all have wide musical knownledge, expressive, bright and vivid musical language and inspiring playing manner. Philipp Wachsmann is great violinist – his music is always balancing somewhere between free improvisation, experimental jazz and innovative playing techniques of contemporary academical music. Charlotte Hug is talented and great violist – her improvisations are free and bright, filled with awakening, stunning and inspiring experiments, special effects, strange tunes and original timbres. Marcio Mattos is famous cellist – he bases his music on the basics of avant-garde and experimental jazz and mix up with soft tunes of modern, contemporary and mainstream jazz, as well as modern ways and expressions of academic avant-garde. John Edwards is featured double bass player. His music is totally based on experimental jazz, but he has much experience in playing contemporary academical and experimental music. All four musicians like to dive in brave, ambient, awakening, inspiring, touchig and original experiments and free improvisations.

“Vulcan” is full of original, evocative and eclectic tunes. Musicians are creating a nice and artsy fusion of different playing techniques, sounds, tunes and musical decisions. Their music is a mix og natural, synthetic, specific, thrilling, soft, subtle or aggressive, and surprising sound. Masterful and virtuosic playing technique, bright and moving style, inspiring and evocative manner, wide range of styles – all these elements are joined together. The musicians don’t hesitate to experiment – their music is filled with enjoying, engaging, fascinating and inspiring experiments, special effects and unusual timbres. Engaging surprises, pleasant and sudden changes, immediate reponses and bright, explosive and roaring culminations – musicians certainly know the best way how to express all kinds fo motions and tunes. They manage to make multi-colorful, engaging and passionate musical pattern – it’s multi-layed, polyphonic and fresh. Strong and solid melody line is created by all four instruments as well as rhythmic section. Musicians are improvising individually and brightly, they’re creating wide, rich and expressive melodic and rhythmic pattern. The music is highly related to contemporary academical and experimental music, as well as academic avant-garde, especially in instrumental section and harmony. Despite of that, free improvisation, avant-garde and experimental jazz contain the basics of the compositions. Sharp and aggressive disonances are thabasics of dramatic and rigorous harmonic pattern. All kinds of typical, extravagant, free, impressive, spontaneous and vivid rhythms are used for wide and expressive rhythmic section. Musicians don;t share the functions – they’re all improvising together and creating all the sections together. It’s impressive, how they manage to listen to each other and repond immediately to sudden changes or contrasting episodes. Shrieky, low and harsh tunes of violin are used as a nice coloristic. Expressive, vital, vivid, dramatic, frantic and passionate culminations are the most beautiful and impressive pieces of violin’s improvisations. It’s highly contrasting to subtle, soft and peaceful excerpts. Viola’s melodies are deep, calm and dynamic at the same time – the music is balancing between silent pauses, calm and subtle episodes with researches of strange and peculiar timbres and vigilantes, passionate, light, luminous, sometimes – rigorous, complicated, radical and thrilling culminations. Cello is just fantastic – this universal instrument is the source of fresh and awakening tunes, unusual timbres, special effects, ambient sounds, vibrant and moving culminations, passionate and roaring riffs, intense and explosive explosions and flowing passages. Double bass is the basic of the bass line – heavy, repetitive, monotonic and effective bass line is created by using repetitive tunes, ambient timbres and strange tunes. Heavy, stable, deep, solemn, modest, or on the contrary – passionate, sparkling, effective, adventurous and inspiring solos are created. The musicians manage to create rich and evocative instrumental section – exotic tunes, rare pairs, eclectic styles, contrasting compounds, experimental, traditional, specific, home-made, innovative and very well-known ways of playing are mixed together. Rich and enchanting musical language is created. The music is bright, expressive and engaging.

Thomas Heberer/Terrence McManus/ Michael Bates/Jeff Davis – “X Marks The Spot” (Out Now Recordings, 2019)

“X Marks The Spot” is out now on “Out Now Recordings”. The album was recorded by four featured jazz masters – Thomas Heberer (trumpet, cornet, quarter tone trumpet),
Terrence McManus (guitar), Michael Bates (double bass) and Jeff Davis (drums). All these jazz masters have interesting, inventive and expressive playing style. Their music is based on the main basics of free improvisation and avant-garde jazz. The musicians are going on adventurous and crazy culminations, frantic, exciting, thrilling and moving experiments, provocative, radical and original decisions and using modern expressions. Thomas Heberer is mixing up the roots of hot, expressive and spontaneous avant-garde jazz, the main tendencies of contemporary academical music and Asian music intonations. Terrence McManus’s playing style’s balancing between free improvisation, avant-garde, modern, contemporary, experimental jazz and fusion. Michael Bates suggests us to hear a nice combo of contemporary academical music, its modern and inventive instrumentation joined together with free improvisation and experimental jazz. Jeff Davis is an experienced drummer – he manages to fuse together Afroamerican, Western African music rhythms with the typical rhythmic figures of modern and contemporary jazz, as well as frantic and spontaneous free improvisations.

“X Marks The Spot” is a great mix of energy, drive and free improvisation. Musicians are mixing up the basics of experimental and contemporary academical music, free improvisation and the roots and the newest innovations of avant-garde jazz. The exotic tunes of Asian music are brought in by using quater tone trumpet. Musicians are open to new, original and radical ideas. They don’t hesitate to get on sparkling riffs, intense and perturbating energy’s explosions, interesting synchronisations and fabulous solos. Their music is based on spontaneous and surprising improvising, which also is driving, expressive and moving at the same time. Musicians are making immediate reponses, made spontaneously – it’s filled with surprises, sudden turns and colorful contrasts. All musical pattern is based on rich and enchanting musical language – all kinds of textures, sounds, rhythms, chords and expressions create dozens of layers who contain individual and inspiring musical pattern. Wide range of rhythms, timbres, tempos and expansion of technical abilities make an effort to incredible and fresh instrumental section. It’s a mix of experimental, traditional, very well-known, rare and exotic musical decisions and ways of playing. Sharp disonances contain effective, intense and awakening sound. Trumpet, cornet and quarter tone trumpet by Thomas Heberer makes an effort to whole melody line. Inspiring, moving, passionate, exciting and remarkable melodies are filled with buzzing, flowing, growling, urgling, frustrating, or even – perturbating, thrilling, frantic and bursting episodes. Improviser’s mixing up different types of instruments – natural, warm and expressive tunes of trumpet and cornet are mixed up to exotic and unknown tunes of quarter tune’s trumpet. Spontaneous, free, awakening and bright improvisations are filled with love, drive, passion and expression, as well as inventive, fresh and original ideas. His playing gently fits together to Terrence McManus’s guitar. Straight, strict and tight riffs, expressivem elodies, tunes of contemporary, modern and experimental jazz, mixed up all together with rock, avant-rock and fusion, ambient and experimental music, highly effects whole melody line and is balancing between academical music and free improvisation. Strange tunes, gorgeous timbres, expressive melodies, ambient, heavy and minimalistic series or rigorous and bursting explosions – all these elements contain the main base of guitar’s improvisations. Michael Bates is keeping straight bass line and creating colorful and moving melody line. His double bass is charming and dynamic. Heavy, straight and solemn tunes, repetitive series and slow contemplative solos are growing out to perturbating, vibrant, tremendous, explosing and dynamic culminations, who illustrate the background and bring new colors and sounds to the melody line. Wide, furious, eclectic and contrasting – that’s how we can call stormy and aggressive drums section leaded by Jeff Davis. Expressive and nervous bop, aggressive hard bop, calm and stable cool, dynamic contemporary or post-modern jazz styles, who meet vigilante, rigorous, free and spontaneous improvisations and fascinating musical experiments – all these elements gently fit together to one place. The music of this album is expressive, bright and modern.

Graham Dunning & Edward Lucas – “End of a Cable” (tsss tapes, 2019)

“End of a Cable” is out now on “tsss tapes”. Album was recorded by Graham Dunning (Turntable, snare drum and objects) and Edward Lucas (Trombone, recording and mix). Both musicians are great figures of experimental jazz scene. Musicians are playing together with famous jazz stars, they’re very well-known on world-wide jazz scene. Graham Dunning has interesting style, inspiring playing manner, unique sound and original point of view. His music is totally based on free improvisation, experimental jazz and some ethnic tunes of Italian and Southern Europe countries traditional rhythms. Edward Lucas is another one great improviser – his music is filled with passion, innovative ideas, expressive playing manner and modern expressions who fill all the musical pattern. Experimental, creative, free and avant-garde jazz, free improvisation and experimental music are joined together in his improvisations. Both musicians are open to new ideas, fresh tunes and inventive, radical or provocative ways of playing. Their music is based on fresh new strain and brand, original and inspiring sound.

Experiments, wild and radical ideas, synthetic and open forms and wide stylistic range are connected on “End of a Cable”. Both musicians are demonstrating their musical knownledge, bright and individual sound and authentic, specific, radical, expressive and driving ways of improvising. Musicians manage to create incredible instrumental section – it’s based on synthesis of experimental and traditional ways of playing, as well as special effects, expansion of technical abilities, extraction of strange, weird or peculiar timbres, gorgeous ornaments and coloristics. The music is wide and dynamic – msuicians are going through different moods and expressions. Vivid, bright, sophisticated, frantic, furious, hollowing, angry, passionate, heavy, deep, light, flying, astonishing or surprising – it’s just impossible to predict the next turn of the music. The sound also changes – from natural, sweet and remarkable it gets rough, tough, heavy, ambient, striking, intense, low or filled with strange timbres and colorful expressions. Musicians create multi-colorful and illustrative musical pattern, which’s also enchanting, expressive, moving, vivid and bright. The musical pattern has open form, is based on free improvisation, sharp disonances at the harmonic pattern, dynamic rhythmic, gorgeous background and all kinds of rhythms, tunes, sounds and expressions. All music is a nice mix of experimental and contemporary academical music, experimental jazz and free improvisations. Musicians are experimenting on each case of musical language – especially on instrumental and timbral section. Edward Lucas is combining together heavy, deep and solid trombone’s tunes and all kinds of electronics. Stable, slow, cracking or solemn solos are contrasting to adventurous, hollowing, furiously powerful, passionate and sparkling culminations. These episodes are similar to full blasts of energy mixed up to repetitive rhythms, monotonic series, sharp disonances, strange tunes and peculiar chords. Special effects, imitations, alterated and modified timbres, loops, ambient, glitch, sonoristic and concrete music – that’s just a part of all wide range of expressions and playing techniques of electronics. Graham Dunning is experimenting with various instruments – his rhythmic section is leading, passionate and bright. Rare combos, eclectic pairs, exotic tunes, special effects, astonishing and fascinating experiments are the main compounds of his music. Low and high, slow and fast, furious and soft, pecualiar and traditional, rare, exotic or bright, modern and original – musician manages to fuse together all types of rhythms, motions and sounds. Both musicians are improvising just marvelous – their music is a great mix of contemporary academical, experimental, concrete and sonoristic music, electronics, free improvisations, the innovations of experimental jazz and the roots of American and European avant-garde jazz. All these elements are perfectly joined together and make bright, modern and expressive sound.

Tilli/Tramontana – “Down At The Docks” (WE INSIST, 2019)

“Down At The Docks” is out now on “WE INSIST” label. Album was recorded by two great italian improvisers – Luca Tilli (cello) and Sebastiano Tramontana (trombone). The music played by this duo is somewhere between free improvisation, experimental jazz and the newest tendencies fo it. Both musicians have their own streams, who are xompletely individual and contrasting with each other. The newest innovations of avant-garde jazz, free improvisations, sound’s experiments, the tendencies and main tunes of contemporary academical, modern classical and experimental music are combined together. The music is moving, eclectic and based on wide range of styles and expressions. Both musicians are famous on international improvisational music’s scene. They’re collaborating, concerting and improvising with various famous jazz improvisers. Musicians are dedicated to create something new – their music is freshm, evocative, awakening, sometimes even striking, thrilling, aggressive, frantic and perturbating. It nerver gets boring to listen to music played and improvised by these two improvisers.

“Down At The Docks” is a mix of organic, natural and interesting timbres, original ideas and eclectic stylistic pairs. The music is a mix of experimental jazz, free improvisation, experimental, contemporary academical and modern classical music, as well as the main tunes of academic avant-garde. Both musicians take the open form and free improvisation as a basic. The music is bright, filled with all kinds of timbres, compounds, sounds, forms and expressions. Improvisers are experimenting on all cases of musical language – that especially touches instrumental section, as well as the form, harmony and other compounds. Open form is used on all compositions – free improvisation is the best place to express new, different, interesting, outrageous and stunning elements, ways of playing or any other elements. Gorgeous background consists of all kinds of ornaments, abbreviations, textures and tunes. Harmonic pattern is tuff, harsh and dramatic – it’s mostly based on longly-repeated series of dissonances who are mixed up to soft, meditative and subtle chords. Instrumental section is an artsy and organic mix of various ways of playing – traditional, authentic, ethnic, self-made, outrageous, wild, frantic or experimental ways of playing are mixed up to one place. Radical ideas, fresh and innovative point of view, strange tunes, outrageous and peculiar timbres, natural coloristics and sound’s experiments also make an effort to remarkable and innovative instrumental section. The melody line is kept by both musicians. Basically, trombone keeps straight, heavy and deep bass line which is illustrated by cracking, growling, furious, sometimes even frantic solos. Ornamental, gorgeous, driving and surprising tunes, strange timbres and interesting combos are expressed by cello. Trombone’s solos by Sebastiano Tramontana are filled with heavy, deep and solemn tunes who are formed to the monotonic and repetitive series, lyrical and subtle solos who grow out to hollowing, scratching, cracking, luminous, powerful, perturbating and expressive culminations. Trombone’s improvisations are based on the basics of free improvisation – improviser plays spontaneously, he manages to fuse together different and individual compounds who have no lien with each other. Sebastiano Tramontana has a masterful and wide musical knownledge – he can imitate nature’s sounds, research and extract new,m interesting or peculiar timbres, rare ways of playing, expand the technical abilities of trombone and experiment on all cases of musical language. Cello by Luca Tilli is expressive, moving, luminous, vivid and dynamic. It’s completely different from the solemn, contemplative and heavy trombone. Luca Tilli also is marveous improviser. The playing style is a mix of contemporary academical, experimental and modern classical music, academic avant-garde, free improvisation and experimental jazz. Improviser masterfully uses all kinds of playing techniques – distinctive, organic, outrageous, experimental, peculiar or simply engaging, radical and frantic ways of playing are used here. From sad, sophisticated, calm or serious solos music goes to growling, urgling, vibrant, trembling, engaging, inspiring, passionate and expressive melodies. It’s illustrated with trembles, trills, glissando, dizzy, light and flowing passages, ambient tunes, imitations of nature’s sounds and various coloristics. The musicians are masterfully using all kinds of playing techniques – the main and very well-known ways of playing of contemporary experimental music are used here – these elements are mixed up to home-made, outrageous, radical, shocking, provocative, exotic or ethnic ways of playing who are related to traditional Italian, Spanish or any Southern Europe’s countries music. The music has remarkable, passionate and interesting sound.

NOBJECT (Martin Kuchen/Rafał Mazur/Vasco Trilla) – “X​-​RAYED” (Fundacja Sluchaj, 2019)

“X​-​RAYED” is out now on “Fundacja Sluchaj” label. Album was recorded by “NOBJECT” – it’s a featured trio of Martin Küchen (sopranino – and tenor saxophones), Rafal Mazur (acoustic bass guitar) and Vasco Trilla (drums). The music of this trio is a mix of various strains and traditions of various avant-garde jazz styles. Experienced, grat, feautures and talented jazz masters are famous on world-wide jazz scene. Their innovations, expressive, touching and driving playing style, inspiring and exlusive playing manner, rich, enchanting and illustrative musical language, make an effort to their original and unique sound. It’s not the first time, when these three improvisers are playing together – the musicians had been improvising together dozens of times. Their collective improvisations are filled with new and fresh ideas, modern conceptions, unconventional decisions who are mixed with fantasy, wild imagination, creativity and the will to create something new. The musicians are playing and collaborating with other exclusive jazz stars of world wide jazz scene. The music is a mix of European, Scandinavian and American avant-garde jazz scene – expressive melodies, remarkable and flowing solos, spontaneous surprises, joyful, playful, dynamic, sometimes – frantic, furious, aggressive, sharp and wild style, is a real piece of cake for all the listeners of avant-garde jazz.

“X​-​RAYED” is full of energy, inventive decisions, surprises and intense energy’s explosions. All three musicians are improvising on their own – their style is unique, independent and original. Musicians don’t hesitate to get on bright, eclectic and original musical decisions, fascinating experiments on all sections of musical language. The musicians are full of extravagant decisions, eclectic or rare stylistic combos, radical and provocative ideas, who are mixed up with fresh point of view and creativity. Improvisers have splendid playing techniques – dizzy solos, flowing passages, gorgeous ornaments, strange timbres are fused together with expressive, moving and passionate playing manner and inspiring sound. Musicians are improvising with drive, delight and passion. They’re dedicated to create engaging, new and fresh sound. And they manage to do it succesfully – rich, enchanting and multi-layed musical language is created. Multi-layed, colorful and universal musical pattern is based on solid and independent melody line, dynamic and wide rhythmic section, modern, radical or bright expressions, all kinds of emotions, characters and forms. It’s touching, amazing and modern – musicians are creating perturbating, pulsating, beating, breaking and explosing sound. The music is based on experimental, creative, free and avant-garde jazz – some tunes of bebop, post bop and other modern jazz’s styles. Musicians are also fusing together the tunes of other music’s styles and authentic intonations. Martin Kuchen”s improvisations are rich, wide and enchanting. It has hypnotising and expressive sound, which is created by using universal kit of instrumental ways. His music is a nice fusion of the newest ideas of contemporary experimental jazz, wild free improvisation, spontaneous solos and the tunes of various dances, ethnic Scandinavian music and other similar tunes. Musician is creating a synthesis of experimental jazz and ethnic Scandinavian and Western European music, as well as modern jazz’s styles, contemporary, mainstream and cool’s sounds. American and Scandinavian avant-garde jazz’s styles are fused together – Martin Kuchen has his own strain, which is simply authentic, bright and fantastic. Expressive solos, remarkable and passionate melodies, frantic, franzy, thrilling and bursting blow outs, roaring, expulsive and perturbating riffs, breaking sessions, hypnotising rhythmic sessions contain the main base of his saxophone’s solos. Saxophone’s solos are bringing driving, stunning and passionate to the melody line and whole album. The guitar of Rafal Mazur is amazing and effective, it’s strongly contrasting to the saxophones. Strict riffs, powerful, intense and stunning solos, vibrant and dramatic culminations, quadratic forms who are gently corellating to free, wild and spontaneous improvisations – that’s the main base of this album. Rafal Mazur’s style is based on aggressive, strict and frantic playing manner who’s mixed up with drive, power, energy and expressions. It’s a wonderful mix of wild free improvisations, new and modern experimental jazz and the tunes of rock and avant-rock styles, who are blurred to eexpressive, nervous and complicated rhythms of bebop, hard bop, mainstream, fusion, contemporary and other kinds of jazz styles. Both musicians manage to create original, explosing and hypnotising melody line. They also dictate the main mood and sound of whole album. The drums section of Vasco Trilla are simply amazing and stunning. Drummer masterfully fuses together breaking and free sessions of avant-garde and experimental jazz, aggressive, powerful and intense rhythms of modern jazz styles, ethnic rhythms of Afroamerican, Spanish and other countries of Southern Europe music. The rhythmic section is colorful, bright, passionate and driving – it’s filled with individual compounds, strange timbres, coloristics, abbreviations and all kinds of other elements. The music of this album is bright, modern, innovative and driving.


Urs Leimgruber, Jacques Demierre, Barre Phillips, Thomas Lehn ‎– “Willisau” (Jazzwerkstatt, 2019)

“Willisau” is out now on “Jazzwerkstatt” label. Album was recorded by Urs Leimgruber (Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone), Jacques Demierre (piano), Barre Phillips (double bass) and Thomas Lehn (synthesizer). These four improvisers are featured figures of European avant-garde jazz scene. Unpredictable, spontaneous, fresh, surprising and driving – that’s how we could call the music played and improvised by these four jazz masters. Innovations and traditions, modern conceptions and roots of avant-garde jazz, fresh strains, evocative decisions, surprising, wild, crazy and frantic free improvisations or authentic, exotic and rare tunes – musicians manage to combine together all these elements. The music is amusing, surprising, alive and expressive. It’s always full of contrasts and surprises. The musicians are improvising with love, drive and pleasure – their improvisations are the mixes of energy, vividness and original ideas. The musicians are famous on world-wide jazz scene – they had been playing and improvising with huge number of other featured jazz stars. All their music joins together avant-garde and experimental jazz, free improvisation and the roots of 1960’s avant-garde jazz.

A mix of vigilance, drive, power and energy – it’s the compositions of “Willisau”. This album consists of free collective improvisations who are the main compounds of each composition. The musicians are improvising independently and don’t hesitate integrate original, drastic, radical or simply crazy ideas of playing. They succeed to create inventive and expressive instrumental section – it’s a mix of sound’s experiments, innovative and traditional playing techniques, acoutics and electronics combo, special effects, strange and relevant tunes, bright ideas and unconventional decisions. The music is written for piano, saxophone and double bass. Colorful and inspiring melodies of these three instruments form the melody basement and are illustrated by synthesizer’s sounds. The musicians succesfully create rich, enchanting and passionate musical pattern. It’s based on huge range of musical language’s elements, gently combined together – bright and exclusive expressions, weird timbres, strange, exotic, rare and extended playing techniques, wild and frantic culminations, gorgeous passages are gently fused together. The musicians form bright and strong melody line. It’s generally kept by marvelous saxophone’s and piano’s duo and illustrated by double bass tunes. Vivid, blowing and sparkling saxophone brings the energy and drive to the compositions. Improviser manages to fuse together all kinds of different musical language’s elements. Expressive, remarkable and inspiring melodies, remarkable and tremendous solos, roaring, fascinating and thrilling riffs, the researches of strange timbres and original decisions, sudden changes, conceptual ideas – all these elements gently fit together. Saxophone’s solos are vivid, contrasting, bright and driving. Piano’s improvisations are real blasts of energy. Pianist fuses together silent and lyrical solos, subtle and contemplative excerpts who meet tremendous and dramatic culminations, shrieky tunes, growling, roaring and explosing culminations, hot spills and dizzy passages. Strange timbres, inventive decisions, extended playing techniuqes, gorgeous ornaments, extremely loud and powerful sessions, expressive melodies and all kinds of different playing techniques are used here to make exclusive and rich musical facture. Piano and saxophone are the keys of these improvisations. It dictates the main mood and sound of all compositions and bring driving, passionate, expressive and moving sound to the melody line. Double bass jeeps stable bass line and firm harmonic background. The music is contrasting and colorful – dynamic turns of heavy and stable solos, repetitive and minimalistic series meet thrilling, shrieky, dynamic, passionate and dramatic culminations, breaking sessions and ambient tunes. The synthesizer’s sounds are against the acoustics. If the acoustics is the source of expressive, live, gorgeous and natural sound, the electronics, on the contrary, make an opposite section to it. Modern investigations, strange tunes, special effects, computer’s and electronic’s devices sounds, sonic system’s experiments, glitch, loops, ambient, drone, radio’s and field recordings, imitations, alterations and synthetic modified timbres of other instruments – all these elements contain the main part of the electronics. The music has evocative, awakening, interesting and dynamic sound.