One of the most original orchestras of Hungarian rock history, Panta Rhei, violating all the boundaries of progressive rock music from several directions has been reunited. Besides the Szalay brothers who make up the heart of the band, Miklós Felkai, Dániel Szalay (András's son), Mátyás Milkovics and András Kálmán plays, of course, Enikő Ács and József Nagy, the flutist lof the band's first line up. They will play on the ship from all of their epochs: Bartók, electronic music and rock classics. The support act will be by the kicking Oliver Lee.
If we asked which Norwegian band produced the most top 10 albums in their home country, many would not respond saying Motorpsycho yet so far almost all of their albums produced in their powerful thirty years of rolling were hitting the tops of the sales lists. However, the band really can not be considered a friendly songwriting machine. Much more as if Steppenwolf met with Pink Floyd and Miles Davis, a hard rock psychic feel dipped in crumbling fusion jazz roared from Motorpsycho's vintage amplifiers. The trio, which has appeared on Sziget several times, is coming to their first Hungarian club concert with a new drummer to present their latest album Tower with elemental power.