Krooked Tooth meet Blueblut

Wo? Fluc, Praterstern 5, 1020 Wien

Wann? Tuesday, 17.12.2019 20:00

This is going to be a beautiful double feature of two Viennese bands:
Whirling improvisations with theremin will meet freak blues powered up by brass!

Krooked Tooth:

Emanuel Preuschl: vocals, guitar
Sebastian Müller: bass
Andreas Dauböck: drums
Sandro Miori: saxophone
Julian Preuschl: trumpet

While exploring the abysses of the middle class' bad temper and paranoia, Krooked Tooth cook a steaming roots-stew afar from the trusted franchise kitchens. They serve you Hot Freak Blues spiced with muddy Soul, Funk, Surf, Rock and lots of DIY spirit to warm your heart & feet.

Despite making a living from being a scientist, lab technician, DIY guitar and amp builder and repair man, playing in a band just feels essentially vital for Emanuel Preuschl. Since adolescence he has been working with bands from different styles as ska, reggae and hip hop, hardcore metal, avantgarde jazz and blues. The latter together with Andreas Dauböck on drums, who has been working with the famous Aktionstheater Ensemble, and who is a member of the fantastic bands Ash my love and Dun Field Three. Sebastian Müller plays the bass for Krooked Tooth and moves around the stage like a chafer in spring air. The brass section consists of composer, arranger and saxophone virtuoso Sandro Miori (Reform Art Unit) on saxophone and the magnificient Julian Preuschl (Praq) on trumpet, who add their super powers to the mix.


Pamelia Stickney: theremin
Chris Janka: electric guitar and electronics
Mark Holub: drums

...thrashing grooves, whirling improvs and electronic explorations, (...), from cowboy hoe-downs, to prog rock, and even to German grime, this band knows no boundaries and continues to create a truly twenty first century music. (...) Emerging from Vienna’s thriving underground music scene, Blueblut is arguably one of its most intriguing combos. The trio, founded by three musical powerhouses, famous in their respective spheres of jazz, electronic and avant-rock music, have the intensity of rock, the space and openness of electronica and the razor sharp precision and wild improvisation of jazz.

Pamelia Stickney is probably the most recognisable player of the theremin in the world today, being key in the instrument’s development she is the number one go-to theremin player. Alongside her own compositions and releases she has performed with the likes of Yoko Ono and David Byrne. Mark Holub is best known as the animated Anglo-American drummer and bandleader of London based and Mercury Prize nominated jazz-rock outfit Led Bib. Holub recently decamped from London to set up home in Vienna. Flying machine maker, sound engineer, guitarist and automata creator Chris Janka is a kind of Viennese Caractacus Potts figure with a basement studio to rival Peter Blake’s.

Ticket: €10.-