TaxiWars, the jazzproject around Tom Barman, has a new clip from. In the video of Bridges plays a multicultural group of dancers take the leading role.
Next week plays TaxiWars a few concerts in the United Kingdom. Reason enough for The Independent to Bridges, the new single from the Belgian jazz band around dEUS-chief Tom Barman and saxophone player Robin Verheyen, to pick up.
The song floats like often on a saxriff of Verheyen. “When I was a Robin that learned to play, I played in my head immediately a romantic French film from the early sixties, tells the Barman to The Independent. ‘You know, two lovers drive along the sea front, right to the horizon. A late summer breeze. They stop in a village where a jazzgroepje plays, and she says: ‘I know this song.”
The number had we been a while, but The Independent also gives the corresponding video clip. That has little to do with the romantic film that Bartender is inbeeldde. The clip takes place in a nearby, where a multicultural group of young people communicating through dance. That the video a cinematic edge, it may not be a surprise. Tom Barman is a movie buff and regisseerd ever Any Way The Wind Blows.
The well-known New York concert promoter and jazzauteur Ashley Kahn expresses itself as a passionate fan of TaxiWars. “I knew dEUS already, but I’m crazy about TaxiWars,” says Kahn. “They combine poetry and jazz with the intensity of rock. It reminds me of the way New York in the late 80’s on hip hop replied.’ (JVL)