They come from Ljubljana and carry all the energy and eccentricity that the Slovenian scene allows us to glimpse. The band Oholo of the Sloph collective is like a rallying cry that throws all the jazz families into a high-temperature creative pot. Somewhere between Eastern music and spiritual jazz, Oholo’s music plunges us on the roadtrip, struck by a fever that leads to hallucinations. Are we still actors of the real or modest spectators of a parallel universe? It would not be surprising if this question hit you in the middle of their concert.
This concert is part of the Footprints project, co-financed by the European Union’s Creative Europe program
In the accompanying words to the album Mnogobolje, Mario Batelić wrote: “The line-up is also somewhat irregular, featuring two double-bassists, a drummer and a guitarist whose role far exceeds what you might expect from a conventional rhythm section – that is, rather than laying the foundations for the rest of the band, they are equal partners in the […]Read more