This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.
++43 699 11449883
Folk, Ethno, World, Jazz, Alternativ, Electronic, Rock
This is boundless folk-rockmusic that bravely compounds the intellectual and beastly poetic(al) rock with Hungarian, Balcanian and Eastern folk, with ska and with the music of never-exsisting people. The unique music and words has earned the group an undiminished success for a long time in clubs as well as on festivals.
Napra was founded in the fall of 2004. The common base of all of their songs is the folk music of the Carpathian Basin which they do not play in its authentic form, - they re - interpret it in the context of today's culture. Blending acoustic and electronic sounding, staging electronic instruments drum, bass guitar, guitar- together with ones of folk music -violin, viola, dulcimer and accordion -effect the unmistakeable Napra-like intonation.
The "Free Style Champer Orchestra" play what's in their heart - a bit of balkan a bit of hungarian folk a lot of mainstream jazz or even ballads, latin music is a main path for them - virtuosity in the popular but still sophisticated way.They can move the crowd to dance onto a 7/8 rhythm for example, but they can make hot latin fire too - no to mention the flying above the Hungarian 'puszta' fields.
Tropical Transform Quintet is one of the most unique and inventive jazz bands from Hungary. In their compositions they commingle classical-romanticism with explosive power and excellent technique. Their music gives plenty of space for exploration in the realms of Latin, crossover-jazz or Hungarian folk music, remaining all along within the field of contemporary jazz.
David Dely, born into a family of musicians in Colombia, he played and recorded for over 15 years. He moved to Hungary with his wife Claudia and brother Shangó. Together with young hungarian musicians they play an explosive blend of tribalglobal music with Afro Colombian drums, Native American flutes and the urban sounds of e-guitar, drums and bass.
Charismatic headman Patrick McMullan, whose long musical career brought him from Belfast to Budapest, and Austrian composer & masterhead Herbert Hütter have put their heads together to invent an exciting mixture of Electronic, Irish and Rock Music focusing on groove, humour and atmosphere. Particular attention is given to their live performance that makes it hard for the audience to keep their heads.
A flight of fancy from the North Cape over the Alps to the Bosporus: W.i.t.Ch.'s powerful performance casts a spell with songs and tunes from all over Europe in a romantic and wild repertoire. Merry drinking songs, poetic love ballads and songs about the bawdy and gruesome fate of women throughout all ages are diligently arranged for four female voices. Their instrumental repertoire comprises lively traditional dance tunes and quiet, enchanting airs as well as original compositions by its members.
Well known in the Viennese blues and avantgarde scene they play innovative world and dance music on strange selfcunstructed instruments like Tschiritscheridoo, singing sucker and bathtub cello. Singing mostly in viennese dialect they perform as a duo or also as a band rocking the house with their songs and improvisations.
Dave Tice was the frontman for Australias heavy rock pioneers 'Buffalo' and the voice of the legendary British R&B Band 'The Count Bishops'.
Mark Evans is the bass player from the classic line-up of AC/DC of the Bon Scott era.
They have come together to form a hard edged acoustic duo featuring Dave's powerful vocals and blues harp. Years of experience ensures that an evening spent with these two professionals is bound to be a lot of fun.
A part from famous beautiful masterworks of Waits and Dylan they play the beautiful songs of Songwriter Gernot Feldner. Sometimes the music is smoky, melodic, lovely or rude or solemn or hasty, lashed, blared or smoothly purred, racy or bitter or destroyed or sweet, ballads, polka, folk, nothing, all or simply Harlequin.