Originial soul-latin music from Stockholm.
Funkhaus Berlin welcomes MurmuRatio (Arve Henriksen, Demian Kappenstein, Jan Heinke) for a new series of intimate Jazz concerts at Studio 4.
The first B(erlin)-Funk band.
A reflective of the overall aesthetic of cellist Sebastian Selke and his brother, pianist Daniel Selke, in which they integrate the many ingredients that have helped shape them as both musicians and people.
It’s as if the music is sampling itself, constantly keeping ahead of the curve in the musical lineage of jazz.
Their music is raw, acoustic and progressive, crossing stylistic boundaries and defying definition.
The Icelanders take over!
Drawing on influences from Steve Reich to Bonobo and Pharoah Sanders to Cinematic Orchestra, alongside elements of North Indian and African music, they produce their own beautiful, inimitable music – at times wistful and melancholic and others raucous and catchy.
There is no end to composer Peter Broderick’s creative output.
The young and fresh collective wins the hearts of the audience with acoustic folk-scented pop music.
Cross genre groove, spanning from broken hip-hop to more electronic and jazz influenced future funk.
Sonorous choral melodies, scattered beats, and a confident, soulful lead vocal.
It’s this musical mish mash that gives Blue Lab Beats the edge and takes it out of a straight Jazz format whilst paying full respect to the artform.
Their unusual instrumentation, drums plus two blowing instruments, proved rapidly successful.
A traveller between the realms of jazz, classical and electronic music.
Instrumental music that combines the ambition of jazz with pop melodies, echoes of world music and electronic effects.
Scorching horn lines, slick keys, a propulsive rhythm section and mindbending effect laced bass solos from Miles show why he’s one of the most respected bassists alive.
The great French blues hope that additionally mixes pop, soul, funk and jazz into her music. In combination this all sounds very, very good.
In just 2 years, fiery saxophone-drum duo Binker & Moses have won a loyal following for their intense, hypnotic live show.
Somewhere in between CAN, Sun Ra, Portishead and Sonic Youth, the band finds itself in a process in which questions of artistic control play no role at all.
Weaving together the folk music of the Sidi community in India and responses to their music by Contemporary Jazz and Indian Classical music.
Minimalism combined with the puristic sound of a piano and bright and bizarre electronics.
It’s not electronic music, it’s not jazz, it’s not hip-hop — it’s all of those.
Soul and new-school jazz from the vibrant LA scene.
The musician who made a futuristic record without any electronic sounds.
A soulful singer who bridges the worlds of R&B and jazz with a silky smooth voice and a lot of swagger.
She basically redefines the stereotype of what Cuban music is, and is one of the most innovate musician of the country.
The two-time Grammy winner and founder of Snarky Puppy.
Emiliana Torrini has never shied away from new paths.
Folk-influenced, minimalistic sound from an Icelandic duo.
The soundtrack to an imagined apocalypse.
Musician and composer Jimi Tenor has never settled for the traditional role of a pop artist.
„Jazz’s new messiah“ The Guardian
Continually pushing the boundaries of jazz, funk, electronic music and disco.
Exploring the deep, liquid and hypnotic qualities of his Ethio-Jazz music, while not forgetting to throw in some defty bits of funk now and then.