Sajba - album release gig, guest:  Ekonomi Bass & Madamas

Sajba - album release gig, guest: Ekonomi Bass & Madamas

Sajba - album release gig, guest:  Ekonomi Bass & Madamas
Friday 19:00
orr stúdió

Sajba - album release gig, guest: Ekonomi Bass & Madamas

  • Electronic
  • World music, Folk

Sajba album presentation concert - A38

Walking in the heart of mother nature, in the depths of spacious forests, in the footsteps of our ancestors, the Sajba band opens an ethereal door for the attentive listener, through which someone, a familiar figure from long ago, appears.

Coming from the stretches of the Börzsöny and the wave crests of the Danube, the trio plays traditional and electronic instruments, builds on folk and modern musical motifs, and stomps on metal strings wrapped in synth carpets woven into booming bass lines. In their text world, they create a bridge between past, present and future by working with striking images.

Their latest record is imbued with some kind of primal power, like the streams that shape the landscapes bit by bit or the flooded rivers that sweep everything away. Like the frost that breaks up the clods of the earth or the sun that ripens the seed.

Members of Sajba:

Mika Heinczinger - vocals, saz, clarinet, bass flute, kaval, hum, goat bagpipes, snare drum

Néder Lackó - synthesizers, programming, bouzuki, guitar

Marci Orosz - drums, digeridoo, throat singing

Economy Bass & Madamas

Their musical chemistry is characterized by the energy boiling in the metal pipes, vibrating on the bass strings, rich in the spontaneity of the live act, and the driving momentum. Two musicians, Laci Heigl (Ekonomi Bass) and Ádi Munkácsi (Madamas), who are lovers not only of their acoustic instruments, but also of the waves of the frequency range of their electronic gadgets, thus releasing the spirit of the dj that resides in them from their Pandora's Box. If you like the power of the primal experience of a live act, you will especially love this formation.

László Heigl – double bass, bass guitar, keyboard

Ádám Munkácsi – flute, saxophone, synthesizer

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Sajba (HU)

Sajba - Electronic based worldmusic from Hungary

Sajba is a Hungarian ethno-ambient, electronic - acoustic, psy-folk group, founded in 2020 by three musicians from different genres (a world-music singer/multi-instrumentalist, an electronic music producer/guitarist and a jazz drummer)

They are using traditional (flutes, kaval, bagpipe, jaw-harp, saz, bouzouki, shaman-drum) and electronic (synths, synth percussion, e-drums and sequencers) instruments, from ambient-like deep pads, through downtempo neofolk, till psy-trance based folk-songs with powerful vocals on the top.

Influents: Dead Can Dance, Pink Floyd, Heilung, Wardruna, Shpongle, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Vágtázó Halottkémek, Hans Zimmer, Faithless and folklore

Our name, Sajba, means a very unique tradition in Hungary and is played in darkness with a wooden disk. The name comes from the German word Die Scheibe (disk). This game is only known in a few sváb (german-hungarian) villages, like: Kismaros, Nagymaros

Their style is a mixture of new and old, technological and instinctive, mechanic and human. Lots of their lyrics are written by themselves but they play Hungarian folk-songs and poems in their own concept.

Their debut album called Tűzkör’ with 12 songs including ‘Ősapám’ a drum&bass based track with Attila József’s poems lyrics. This song has an official music video which has been selected to the competition of 

(the biggest Hungarian music video review)

You can find them in clubs, at electronic music festivals and also at world musical events.



The venue

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