Friday, July 14, 2006
Robotobibok - Jazz experiments in Lisbon (PL)

On the 20th of July, Robotobibok are to play in Lisbon, at the Goethe Institute, as part of the Jazz Im Goethe Garten 2006 festival.

Robotobibok are Marcin Ciupidro, on vibraphone; Artur Majewski, on trumpet and electronic piano; Marcin Ozog, on acoustic and electronic bass; Kuba Suchar, on drums and MiniMoog.
On the contrary to many bands from Wroclaw, they are not an electronic music band. Though they combine electronic music elements in their sound, they explore the boundaries of jazz music, a genre quite popular in Poland.

I saw them in concert one month ago, and it is something I vividly recommend. Experimental and improvised jazz, strong drums, 70's analogue electronica and such elements as electric guitar, bass or vibraphone make their sound remarkable.

They have released so far 3 albums. Jogging (2000), Instytut Las (2003) and Nawyki Przyrody (2004), which was acclaimed as on of the best records in 2004.

Thanks to the band, we can share with you 2 tracks. Czlowiek, a new composition, and 100000 lat gwarancji, taken out of Nawyki Przyrody.

Enjoy their sound, live in Lisbon.
posted by SKL @ 3:16 PM  
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