Mario Rom's Interzone
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Mario Rom's Interzone

General Information

Year of Foundation:  2011

 

Those attempting to describe Mario Rom’s INTERZONE seem to be looking constantly for superlatives. The trio consisting of Mario Rom, Lukas Kranzelbinder, and Herbert Pirker has undeniably received a great deal of attention from critics and media the world over in a very short time. The group, with its unusual instrumentation (trumpet, bass and drums) has proved able to "spin virtuosity and humor into an entertaining whole" (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) and "gives the impression of being four, five, or more musicians" (Jazzthing).

 

To make one thing clear: Interzone plays jazz. Real jazz. Nonetheless, their motto is "Everything Is Permitted" and people from Europe to Mexico and from China, Israel and from the USA could catch an idea of the unique stage-dynamiques the trio is emitting. These three musicians are playing jazz at 180%, as if their life hung in the balance every night. So sit back and enjoy.
Every aspect of Mario Rom's Interzone is related to the work of the father of American Beat poets, William S. Burroughs.

Lineup/Description of Style

Band/Ensemble MemberInstrument
trumpet
bass-guitar
drums

Discography, Performances, Projects

Discography:

  • 2015: Everything is permitted (Traumton Records)
  • 2012: Nothing is true (Laub Records)

Field of Activity of (Person)

Contact, Links

Contact Person:  Rom Mario
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