New album Fields of No Man's Land out in April 2015

New album Fields of No Man's Land out in April 2015 -              F  U  S  O N I  C

 

Our music is a meltingpot of ideas and experiments in sound and technology converging  in our musical Universe, based on the great progressive rock tradition. Unlike others, we avoid musical dogma and are open to the many musical traditions this world has ever heard. The nature of our music reflects our daily life. Ups and downs, competition, politics, war, injustice and havoc. This crazy life and world, it astonishes and scars our souls. The speed of life overwhelms, Internet, social media, connectivity, enriches and alienates, like never before. We create and shelter in music. let our minds interconnect.  We dream a common musical world.

 

 

Musicians

Teo  Electric, Nylon, Jazz,Midi Guitar, Bass Guitar, (Alto)Violin
Harry Ickelsheimer Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Electric & Nylon guitar
Ronald Hoogwout Drums & Percussion
Alex van Hoorn Producer, Vocals, Synths, Composer 
 
Guest musicians:
 
Sjak Franssen Live & Sudio guest on Keyboards, Mini Moog, Bass Guitar
Egbert Reulen Live guest on Bass Guitar
Rob Schultheiss Studio guest on ethnic instruments
Paul van der Feen Studio guest on Alto Sax
 

Booking information

If you want to book us for a concert or on a festival. Please send us a message through the contact menu. We mostly perform with live video projections by VJ Christiane.  

Announcements

 
April 2015: New Album Fields of Nomans Land expected
Our 2nd album will be released in April 2015. It is a dramatic and mysterious progrock epic. The album called "Fields Of No Man´s Land" contains 2 symphonic suites, Fields of No Mans Land and Journey in the Dark. The famous Dutch jazz musician and composer Paul van de Feen plays a breathtaking alto saxophone solo on Gold Valley.
 
 

Our Inspiration

The great symphonic rock bands from the seventies such as Pink Floyd, Genesis, Yes, Camel, Marillion, ELP, Alquin, Focus, Earth & Fire, Finch, Solution, Big Big Train, Sylvan, Rush, Pendragon, Porcupine Tree, Anima Mundi, Classic and traditional composers as Mahler, Sibelius, Philip Glass, Villa Lobos, and Albeniz.