On Friday night we will hear founders of “Blue Hour Sounds” from Jazzmine & Luca. “Be one of those who are capable of gathering and forming the hybrid combination, remiscent of Alex Grey‘s paintings”, they ask us.
Jazzmine has inherited the enthusiastic Turkish temperament from her father while her mother gave her German-like precision. Thus, receiving this artistic genetic combination Jazzmine is able to produce and create graphically accurate and organic psychedelic music which is inseparable from her personal improvisational jazz manner (jazz-mine). Luca has cultivated his aesthetic musical perception starting from chill out music, but the influence of the outrageous power of psychedelic trance dance helped him to realize that this lyrical deviation is his vocation, secret key from physical body constraints. Their fellow Pietro, under the pseudonym Peyo, joined “Blue Hour Sounds” in 2010. He's known for developing a unique musical morning forest journey in which the participants collectively trample on the dance floor according to the first law of thermodynamics.
James from UK is recognizable not only from “Blue Hour Sounds” but also as a part of “Catawampus” Records. Back in 2011 he adopted a new name, Sprocket, under which he fully expressed his subtle manner of music performance. Sprocket has travelled to various festivals and music parties: Momento Demento, Eden Festival, Tangra, Tribe of Frog, Soma Sonic and etc., where he fulfilled the image of a sharp cornered gear causing the effect of rhythmical pulses, creating mischievous dark noises and full on feel tonal sounds. For Tundra Sprocket is preparing LIVE and dj sets with funky and psy elements.
Bulgarian Kliment Dichev and his six year old project Once Upon A Time continuously spreads cosmic energy, which electronic music can offer to dance floor travelers. His smooth progressive and explosive elements of organic psychedelic trance drives listeners through magically attuned landscapes, across a sea of deep, dark and melancholic psychedelic mood. It's like the first time, everytime.
Born in Ural Mountains, Siberia, Gayatree began his psychedelic pursuit after leaving Russia for London in 2003. He has played in India, Thailand, Indonesia, Russia and finally he is coming to TUNDRA. Now we are waiting for our share of reckless twisted progressive.
Finally we shouldn't forget Adomas Juozapavicius solo project Gido. He's welcome in music festivals all around the world, “Ozora” plays his tracks and listeners are enchanted by his hypnotic percussion and explicit psychedelic rhythms.