An old-new formation of Tibor Szemző, the Fodder Base will be presented on this evening on the A38. This project of theirs is characterized by multilingual texts which are as important as the music or the visual spectacle. The 8mm films on this screening were made by the author shot on several continents on nineteen different venues between 2000 and 2017. This is a unique Kafka approach that uses the Kafka universe through the movies, music and spoken languages. On this evening, CUBA, shot in the 80s, will also be presented.
Edinburgh-based fantastic Hidden Orchestra combining two live drummers, organic samples and dubby basslines to make cinematic, emotive, percussive music and moods return for another amazing gig aboard the A38! Support will be by the meditative tock band from Budapest: Isle of Man.
Two excellent and refined close-to-nature formations wiull take you onto a delicious journey on one night: Bajdazo, who bring their ambient folk at a mid-tempo pace, with their own brand new album, and Vanmocello's two cello music, combining the melodic and harmonious worlds of chill-out music and contemporary sound.
A beautiful singer-songwriter from South Korea, Park Jiha, brings us a truly unique music world with her singing, play on keyboards and percussion instruments, quoting a world of meditation that turns its face to the world of jazz and pop.
The 10 years old Budapest Bár brings the smoky ambient of the Budapest Café's golden era melted together with the best of jazz, pop and gipsy music on a stormy night with fabulous stars.