Cosmic Dawn presents: Tuber + Les Lekin
Tuber grew up in a sunny place, south of Greece, in an island called Crete. They were hiding from the sun, jamming in dark studios and playing their music in rock caves. As they moved north, sounds became lighter, since they started miss hot ground. Balance came as a result of smash, dark embraced light and improvisation turned into an effortless and instinctive process. Tuber moved their interest into new forms, founding themselves experimenting with compositions that combine mixed styles and sounds from different ground. Focus is now on rock aesthetic flirting with psychedelic atmosphere and a touch of romantic mood. At this time Tuber live in Serres, forming their feelings and thoughts into music and words, still learning how to leave with reality and reinventing it with love.
A room in an industrial area in Salzburg. Tuesday evening, 8 PM. After the neon suns have gone out, only candles light the place. You hear the high-pitched whine of the fully opened Marshall, the Ampeg fan going at full blast, and the rattle of a snare drum. The whine builds up more and more into a room-filling feedback noise. A fist hitting the body of the bass fills the space between with deep frequencies. The cymbals' attack becomes louder and louder. Then ... silence ... a stroke at the snare-drum. Three people throw out all they have, all they are, and all of what they have in them.
Inspired by the desert and the moon, sand and space.
Welcome to a heavy-psych-three-piece-noise-machine. Enjoy.