The performance filled the room with electricity finishing the set with Trevor joining them. Then later Even, David and Mark jumped on stage at the end of Trevor's show.
Their dance music is that of globetrotting, musicologists who, play a unique collection of instruments at the danceable crossroads between world beat, foot-stomping, mountain music, and electronica. Per their bio, the instrument list includes guitarjo, electric space fiddle, drums, jaw harps, vocals, harmonica, jaw harp, melodica, overtone flutes, kamale ngoni, kalimba, toy megaphone, percussion, whamola, resonator guitar, fujara, ukulele, and Siberian ghost-catcher mouthbow. Mastering these instruments together is a musical genius.
Take in the latest release: "The Road Goes All Night." Just check out their version of "When The Levee Breaks." It's transformative.