Angles 9

Αθήνα @ Underflow

Angles 9 Αθήνα @ Underflow
Συγκροτήματα Angles 9
Πόλη Αθήνα
Χώρος Underflow
Διεύθυνση Καλλιρρόης 39
Τηλέφωνο 211-4039926
Τιμή εισιτηρίου 25 e
Ώρα έναρξης 21:00
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Angles 9 live at Underflow

Την Παρασκευή 17 Ιανουαρίου 2020, οι Angles 9 θα βρεθούν για πρώτη φορά    στο live stage του Underflow Record Store & Art Gallery, να μας παρουσιάσουν τη τελευταία τους κυκλοφορία απο την Underflow Records  Angles 10 / Angles 9 ‎– Today Is Better Than Tomorrow.

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World premier for Angles 9 in Greece!

They are coming down on the 17th in Athens - please be there!

At the same time the are launching their new LP on the greek label Underflow with live recordings from Saalfelden, Austria 2013 and Groningen, The Netherlands 2018.

Angles 9 line-up Greece 2020:

Angles 9:
Johan Berthling: double bass
Magnus Broo: trumpet
Eirik Hegdal: baritone saxophone
Goran Kajfes: cornet
Martin Küchen: alto - and tenor saxophones
Mattias Ståhl: vibraphone
Konrad Agnas: drums
Alexander Zethson: piano
Mats Äleklint: trombone

Tickets : 25 euro

Doors open: 21:00

Band info: This is a band you must see live, a “now or never” experience. Angles 9 has performed at leading festivals around Europe and released several CDs and LPs, earning them fantastic reviews throughout the world. The music is strong, cohesive and simple, performed by sophisticated players who can make any table turn. Any musical idea can come into full force in a fraction of a second. Everything is there: pathos, playfulness, energy and a certain kind of bliss, strong and emotional, that hits the audience every time.

The compositions by Martin Küchen are drawn from all kinds of influences: a memory of a certain instrument played during childhood; modern, lively jazz like Chris McGregor´s “Brotherhood of Breath”, Carla Bley, Charles Mingus and Lars Gullin; Balkan party music; Swedish folk music; watching female dancers in West Africa turning the world upside down. The mode of composition, however, is very distinctive throughout. “Martin Küchen and his cohorts present us with big band music that frames grand and expansive moments within minimalist and quite improvisational borders. It is exhilarating, shiver-inducing music, but with a contemplative and spiritual thread passing through it.” – Antonio Poscic, Freejazzblog (Injuries)

“This was no less then a triumph. An exciting party of exaltation and color, an emotional roller coaster, a punch in the stomach. You don’t get them often as complete as this. Angles is the band of the moment that cannot be beaten.” Guy Peters (reviewing their concert in Hasselt, Belgium)