Mn’JAM experiment is a new multi-medium experiment in jazz, all the way from Amsterdam. These innovative jazz musicians make music with turntables and a combination of acoustic and electric instruments. Their concerts have been described as live art experiments, and use a mixture of atonal sounds, melodies, harmonies, and live loops – MN’Jam Experiment has to be seen to be believed. They’ll be supported by local band Bass Mic, a unique collective who specialise in vocal, bass, and beatbox performances.
The word innovative and groundbreaking is dished out a lot these days but in this project, the facts speak for themselves. They have turntables doing it all from atonal sounds to melodies, rhythms or even harmonies; visuals synchronized in real time with the music; electronics in conjunction with electric and acoustic instruments; live looping and even quirkiness.
It’s like being immersed in a live art experiment where conceptual laws give way to superb executions.