Friday, August 24th – 9-11 pm – The Late Show!
Trance Mission Duo, featuring
Stephen Kent & Beth Custer
Didjeridu, percussion and cello-sintir meets, for the n-thousandth time, B flat, alto and bass clarinets and percussion in the original formulation of Trance Mission.
Notable performances of the duo and its descendants include Maybeck Studio, Live Oak Festival, Freight & Salvage, Slim’s, Palm’s Playhouse, Yoshi’s and many more.
The digital aura remarkably marries the indigenous instrumentation with a rare naturalness, resonating with the full flame of world-derived trance power. — Sam Prestianni
A unique Aboriginal, African and European fusion. Their rhythmic, trance-inducing music for didgeridoo, drums and synthesizer makes a perfect soundtrack. — j. poet
This is such deep, exploratory, soulful music…unlike anything I’ve ever heard. It’s world music, yes, but at the same time its progressive, jazzy, tribal, traditional, jamming, driving, trance rhythms…I hear something new everytime I put this CD on. — PG, Dirty Linen
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