Following their acclaimed 2018 debut album, the band Punkt. Vrt. Plastik, which brings together Kaja Draksler, Petter Elch and Christian Lillinger, three of the most exciting, profound and versatile musicians on the European jazz scene, presents another stroke of genius. With somit they take their urgent ensemble playing to new heights, creating a highly individual sound aesthetic with unusual instrumentation (Kaja Draksler plays two different upright pianos) and sophisticated post-production, culminating in a deceptive puzzle of acoustic and manipulated sounds. "Punkt. Vrt. Plastik have an amazing sound and a unique vision," writes Alexander Hawkins in the liner notes.
Following their acclaimed 2018 debut album, the band Punkt. Vrt. Plastik, which brings together Kaja Draksler, Petter Elch and Christian Lillinger, three of the most exciting, profound and versatile musicians on the European jazz scene, presents another stroke of genius. With somit they take their urgent ensemble playing to new heights, creating a highly individual sound aesthetic with unusual instrumentation (Kaja Draksler plays two different upright pianos) and sophisticated post-production, culminating in a deceptive puzzle of acoustic and manipulated sounds. "Punkt. Vrt. Plastik have an amazing sound and a unique vision," writes Alexander Hawkins in the liner notes.
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Label: ITK
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 7640120193539

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Following their acclaimed 2018 debut album, the band Punkt. Vrt. Plastik, which brings together Kaja Draksler, Petter Elch and Christian Lillinger, three of the most exciting, profound and versatile musicians on the European jazz scene, presents another stroke of genius. With somit they take their urgent ensemble playing to new heights, creating a highly individual sound aesthetic with unusual instrumentation (Kaja Draksler plays two different upright pianos) and sophisticated post-production, culminating in a deceptive puzzle of acoustic and manipulated sounds. "Punkt. Vrt. Plastik have an amazing sound and a unique vision," writes Alexander Hawkins in the liner notes.