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ju & Kjetil Moster at 56. Ljubljana Jazz Festival at Klub Gromka, Akc Metelkova

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Fri, July 3, 2015
01:00

Add to Calendar 2015-07-03 01:00 2015-07-03 ju & Kjetil Moster at 56. Ljubljana Jazz Festival at Klub Gromka, Akc Metelkova Ádám Mészáros, guitar; Ernő Hock, bass; András Halmos, drums; Kjetil Møster, reeds

Worlds collided last year when the Hungarian underground power trio Jü was joined by Norwegian jazz saxophonist for a project on the Rare Noise Records, a powerful manifesto of ecstatic, exploratory, envelope-pushing music mixed by Bill Laswell. A meeting of minds caused a blast comparable only to Laswell’s late, legendary Last Exit. Jü meets Møster bridges the gap between free jazz and hellacious, distortion-laced, guitar-driven hardcore rock. Jü found an ideal partner in Møster, a recording artist in his own right who has been a prominent part of both Norwegian jazz (e.g. The Core, Zanussi 5) and electronic-rock scenes (e.g. Datarock, Röykskopp).

A savoury late-night snack!

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Ádám Mészáros, guitar; Ernő Hock, bass; András Halmos, drums; Kjetil Møster, reeds

Worlds collided last year when the Hungarian underground power trio Jü was joined by Norwegian jazz saxophonist for a project on the Rare Noise Records, a powerful manifesto of ecstatic, exploratory, envelope-pushing music mixed by Bill Laswell. A meeting of minds caused a blast comparable only to Laswell’s late, legendary Last Exit. Jü meets Møster bridges the gap between free jazz and hellacious, distortion-laced, guitar-driven hardcore rock. Jü found an ideal partner in Møster, a recording artist in his own right who has been a prominent part of both Norwegian jazz (e.g. The Core, Zanussi 5) and electronic-rock scenes (e.g. Datarock, Röykskopp)....

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