Neither musician has to be dominant to prove that he has something to say. Instead of trying to outdo each other, they develop a compelling, very soulful world of their own. In the history of jazz they are two more rhapsodists continuing the tradition, while changing the context of the stories and thus making them plausible. What is amazing is their calm maturity that does completely without the frills of elec- tronics. Dense and compact but at the same time transparent and delicate the music progresses dra- matically in alternating waves. No one wants to dominate the other when two individualists join forces. These recordings strike a different tone than we’re used to in a world of constant clicking and zapping. This tone is of an impressive intensity which is always gentle and never bossy. – Ulrich Steinmetzger
Christopher Kunz: tenor saxophone & Florian Fischer: drums. Two aspiring musicians from Leipzig, Germany.