The music is well within the genre of jazz-rock, with emphasis on compositions signed Helbo, as well as Berg. The musical expression has influences like Mike Stern, Tribal Tech, Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny, but has also clear references to Terje Rypdal and Jon Eberson. In short, in the wide and deep span between John Coltrane and Jimi Hendrix. The tonal language and harmonies are often drawn from the jazz traditions, while rhythm and aesthetics are found in the legacy of rock and funk music. At the core is a solid classic guitar tone, but electronic sound effects are used both obvious and subtle to create variety in the soundscape.
The music is well within the genre of jazz-rock, with emphasis on compositions signed Helbo, as well as Berg. The musical expression has influences like Mike Stern, Tribal Tech, Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny, but has also clear references to Terje Rypdal and Jon Eberson. In short, in the wide and deep span between John Coltrane and Jimi Hendrix. The tonal language and harmonies are often drawn from the jazz traditions, while rhythm and aesthetics are found in the legacy of rock and funk music. At the core is a solid classic guitar tone, but electronic sound effects are used both obvious and subtle to create variety in the soundscape.
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The music is well within the genre of jazz-rock, with emphasis on compositions signed Helbo, as well as Berg. The musical expression has influences like Mike Stern, Tribal Tech, Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny, but has also clear references to Terje Rypdal and Jon Eberson. In short, in the wide and deep span between John Coltrane and Jimi Hendrix. The tonal language and harmonies are often drawn from the jazz traditions, while rhythm and aesthetics are found in the legacy of rock and funk music. At the core is a solid classic guitar tone, but electronic sound effects are used both obvious and subtle to create variety in the soundscape.