Due to the ministry of social affairs’ decree we have to cancel or postpone announced concerts and to close the box office for the time being. You can reach us by phone from Monday till Thursday between 10 am and 2 pm (01/512 88 11). Tickets for shows that have been cancelled will be refunded, of course. We kindly ask for your understanding that this might take some time. This situation is not an easy one for the non-profit association Porgy & Bess. If you want to support us, you can do so by opting for a voucher instead of a chargeback. Thank you very much!
PS: If you want to contribute, donations are very welcome – via bank transfer to: Jazz & Musicclub Porgy & Bess,
IBAN: AT33 1400 0037 1007 3030, BIC: BAWAATWW
The three protagonists of Devils of Moko met years ago at Leeds College of Music. A pianist, or synthesizer player, a bass player and a drummer make music that is dynamic, but still seems to have some kind of promise of salvation. “Vata” is the name of a shimmering piece of music from the trio, named after a term from the Indian teaching Ayurveda. The music of the Devils of Moko sounds flexible and light. Congolese grooves mix in this free music with structure-breaking motifs. The aesthetics of drum’n’bass, electronics and jazz overlap. The most sensual is the characteristically warm sound.