Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Pink Freud sorry music polska

Pink Freud, as play on Pink Floyd and Sigmund Freud, is a good band name for SEO purposes. 

A memorable, witty, funny, fun to say name. Then the music itself is fairly innovative and ultra modern, sort of an electronic cosmic jazz ensemble. Add cool art work for the releases, and you've got a nice product for those who need sounds to go through their ears. 

Pink Freud "sorry music polska". Space jazz deconstructions. 

PINK FREUD "Rozmowy Z Kapokiem" -- track from "sorry music polska" LP.

Jazz Archives says:


Pink Freud’s music combines the inexhaustible energy of the music of the 1960s and 1970s with contemporary influences sought wherever possible, from grunge to hip hop.

Formalized, rich compositions and modern sound generated by electronic instruments leave the musicians enough room for spontaneity, individualism and the wild and crazy improvisations so typical of jazz.

A narrative structure to compositions and a wide array of electronic instruments are distinctive features of Pink Freud’s music.

The musical sense of humour and detachment from the sounds produced are the features by which the band’s style can be recognized.

Pink Freud have become famous for their totally new and sometimes completely crazy interpretations of well-known musical motifs, like Nirvana’s Come As You Are [included in the album presented here – for all you rock fans out there: believe me, this track alone is worth the listen!] and Gershwin’s My Man’s Gone Now.

:::by Warsaw Voice:::


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