A great review of 3'Ain's debut EP in Jazzenzo Jazzmagazine
"... corrupted and impure but with a directness and emotional value to say the least."
Thank you Georges Tonla Briquet and Jazzenzo Jazzmagazine for the beautiful review of our debut EP 3'Ain.
′′Describing the debut disc '3'Ain' as crossover would be an easy solution without putting everything into context. For the five compositions, the trio borrowed style elements and motifs from both Western and Eastern circles. A subtle cocktail of merges, as jazz can be. With accordion, trumpet and double bass they tentatively test a (limited) number of possibilities. Swing is missing, improvisation and blues on the other hand partly determine the main colour but following to the Maris method. And that means corrupted and impure but with a directness and emotional value to say the least..."
Read the full text (in Dutch) here