For Trevor Dunn making music is all about pleasing himself and it’s a philosophy that has yielded a long and progressive career. Understanding that an artist can’t please everyone, Dunn is contented to be his own audience, having faith that someone out there will enjoy the music he makes. It’s worked out well so far. Dunn has played with Tom Waits, John Zorn and is a key member in pioneering bands like Mr Bungle and Fantomas, most recently taking the bass reigns with Tomahawk. With a penchant for genre blending, Dunn never lets this element of his career define him and is comfortable playing it straight. Metal, jazz or classical, it’s all just music to Dunn and he’ll do with it what he pleases.
Balázs Pándi, one of Hungary’s hottest commodities, collaborator of Merzbow, Keiji Haino, Mats Gustafson among others, shares with Dunn the same approach towards music, welding the tools of grindcore to a free, improvised style that has kept him consistently in demand.
Thick grooves, potent contrapuntal lines, kinetic backbeats, swinging momentum and much more are to be expected.
|20/11/17||St. Petersburg||Erarta||Russian Federation|
|26/11/17||Brno||PRAHA/Forum pro architekturu a media||Czech Republic|