In the space between expectation and surprise, you will find Dutch-Belgian acoustic-electronic piano trio de beren gieren, providing robust evidence that gold can still be mined from the union of piano, bass and drums. Based on the compositions of pianist Fulco Ottervanger, the trio use the power of improvisation on the quest for a new form and create a multi-layered, kaleidoscopic work of art.
de beren gieren has been hailed as one of the hottest acts on the Belgian jazz scene and this September, the band will release their fourth studio album, the highly anticipated 'dug out skyscrapers', via Sdban Ultra. Raw energy, impressionist melodies and complex structures are generated via piano, bass and drums provoking polyrhythmic soundscapes with unexpected twists and sudden turns.
With 'dug out skyscrapers', the trio trace back the essence of what characterizes their sound. An electro-acoustic approach weaves a spherical world of sound with added dynamism, humour and more than a touch of melancholy, projecting us forward into the future.
de beren gieren hold the unique ability to change mood suddenly in a way that constantly holds the listener's attention. This is a sound full of joy and vitality and confirms their reputation as one of the most adventurous jazz trios of the Benelux.
1. Broensgebuzze 9
2. Voorlopige Dagen
3. Weight of an Image
5. De Belofte Treurwals
6. Music for a Seachange
7. Oude Beren
9. Broensgebuzze 10
10. We Dug Out Skyscrapers