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(Mandag) 08:00 - 08:00
Kom på Kayak Bar og hør lækker jazz. Cumbian Colors består af 6 meget sammenspillede og erfarne musikere. Bandet udspringer fra ideen om at lave original
Cumbian Colors består af 6 meget sammenspillede og erfarne musikere. Bandet udspringer fra ideen om at lave original musik men uden at glemme den populære cumbiamusiks rødder, som alle musikerne er vokset op med og har dyrket gennem årtier. Colombiansk cumbia har de seneste år fået rigtigt godt fat i det danske publikum. Cumbian Colors er det eneste cumbiaband i Nordeuropa, der spiller deres egne numre, og på kort tid har gruppen opnået stor popularitet og fylder altid koncertstederne.
Når CC går på scenen, bliver publikum forført ind i en varm musikalsk verden, hvor melodierne fra klarinetten, saxofonen, den dybe bas og de dygtige sangeres stemmer smelter sammen til en unik sound med lyden fra de tre percussionisters trommer.
Bandet består af:
– Clarinet and saxophone: Tine Vitkov
– Bass: Michael Miño
– Leadvoice & guitar: Cristian Allé
-Timbal/drums: Yannik Vikingo Hartig
– Percussion: Alex Opazo
– Percussion: Oscar Polo
17-20: Latin DJ
20-22: Concert with Cumbian Colors
01: Thank you for tonight
(Torsdag) 19:00 - 22:00
Here at kayak Bar we are very happy to introduce RKDIA the 18th of august. Doors open at 19:00
Danish Morten Schantz (synth+vocals) and Swedish-Norwegian Anton Eger (drums) are well-known names on the jazz and fusion scenes around the world and have received world wide critical acclaim with artists such as JazzKamikaze, Phronesis, Marius Neset as well as their own solo projects.
With RKDIA, they come together in a burst of color and rhythm. Armed with technical brilliance
and a penchant for the epic, the duo spin up forceful and hypnotic works that inject the free kinetic of jazz into synth-based electronica and cascading power pop. It’s a sound of its own. One minute it
goes to the body in pulsating blows like house music. The next, it envelops you in warm- blooded synth-pop pathos.
(pron. Arcadia) means utopia. Through the ‘National Anthem of Utopia’ found on the album, you’ll get an invitation into the now manifested utopian land of Cockaigne – a land where everything is possible.
‘Federer Happier’ they deliver a *hands in the air* tune leaving one breathless but comforted all at once.
Not to mention the third single ‘Iris’ which represents the most pop sound from RKDIA on the album. It’s a song that showcases Morten and Anton’s love of a good pop melody. With Anton’s unpredictable and truly inspiring, almost melodic drums and glitchy percussion, it lets ‘Iris’ arise into the unsudden, accompanied by Morten’s, foremost, bleepy arpeggiated chords supplemented by his vocals with a twist of the vocoder.
‘Lucid Dreamer’. An unconstrained, four-minute instrumental that feels like an extended snapshot of a single moment in time, the melodies unpacking and re-packing themselves over and over.
“Schantz is able to embrace a carefully constructed dramaturgy that often explodes in melodic hooks that are so grand that they would fit a stadium”. As described by All About Jazz.
Born 1980 in Aarhus, Denmark, is an acclaimed pianist, singer, composer and bandleader whose works include JazzKamikaze (together with Anton) as well as numerous solo projects such as Morten Schantz Godspeed/Trio/Unicorn/Paramount/Segment.
Through the years Schantz has distilled a unique voice that encompass elements from jazz, pop, electronica as well as classical music.
After completing his Advanced Post Graduate Soloist diploma at the RMC he has also worked with
classical ensembles mixing his trademark compositional tools with strong contrapuntal techniques.
“possibly the craziest drummer, visually, this side of The Muppets’ Animal… and while capable of some wild and crazy playing, he’s equally adept at contributing delicate textures, softer timbres and
gentler pulses.” As described by All About Jazz.
Drummer Anton Eger is born in Oslo, Norway but grew up in Romania, Venezuela and Sweden whereafter he moved to Copenhagen, Denmark and spent five years studying at The Rhythmic
Music Conservatory in Copenhagen between 2003-2008.
Anton worked his way from teenage punk bands to serving as a military drummer in His Majesty’s King’s Guard in Norway, finally finding a home in the rhythmic complexity of jazz.
He has toured the world performing both contemporary jazz and stadium rock and is a member of acclaimed Anglo-Scandinavian trio Phronesis and is also playing and co-producing for Norwegian
saxophone star Marius Neset’s group. In 2019 he was awarded by the Danish Arts Foundation for his debut album “Æ” and in 2020 he received a ‘Danish Grammy’ for jazz musician of the year