The ingenious Volkova Sisters will take you onto a horroror-joy flight on this night where their support act the Terra Profonda band will give a nice renaissance-blues-noise support.
VOLKOVA SISTERS is a collaboration between Dániel Sándor and Dalma Berger who are also the leader-pair of the hungarian band Esclin Syndo. In this project they are trying to put together electronic moods and their 80’s music passion to make their own version of what shoegaze music is. Joining their forces with their personal guitar-hero, Gergely Kovács and singer-drummer Frenk, they have started to build up a new musical journey.
Dániel Sándor - keyboards & programming
Dalma Berger - vocals & programming
Gergely Kovács - guitar
The band was founded in Budapest in September of 2012. The compositions of the trio consist of tunes that come from the fertile lap of blues, jazz and folk music. Which all twist around visionary poems. If improvisation and free musical processes are considered free music, it can be stated that the band tends to play free several times although they characteristically write conventional songs . As the name of the group suggests, earth and close to earth sound and approach are crucial regarding their music. For want of better the whole of lyrical and musical compositions can be described as dramatic blues.
The songs give place to downtrodden sailors, sworn and rambling lovers, startled horses, scarred, berserk wayfarers, mad, edgy, flown Eastern European family men among others who all spread out in the night. As moths on strung up sheets they all swarm in the world of Terra Profonda.
Members of the band:
Krisztián Kiss – koboz, tenor sax, irish bouzouki
Mátyás Szabó – guitar, bass guitar
Vincenzo Lo Buglio – vocals
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