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Arno Tamm is a freelancing musician, songwriter and composer who, after being involved in various projects as a singer, guitarist, keyboard player, drummer and actor, has taken on the challenge to perform as a solo artist. Original lyrics, acoustic guitar and an occasional touch of live electronics make up the live performance, consist of songs from the upcoming debut album "Segased ajad" (in Estonian: Unsettled Times)
Roomet Jakapi is an avant-garde vocalist and improviser. He has performed with Rieko Okuda, Antti Virtaranta, Guilherme Rodrigues, Emilio Gordoa, Louise Dam Eckardt Jensen, Tom Blancarte, Chris Pitsiokos, Fred Frith, Jerzy Mazzoll, Sławek Janicki, Roman Stolyar, Elo Masing, Taavi Kerikmäe, Mart Soo, Niels Præstholm, Theodore Parker, Laura Põldvere, Ivi Rausi, Jonas Van den Bossche, Jerzy Rogiewicz, Jukka Kääriäinen, Ilia Belorukov, and many others. He is a member of the experimental bands Kreatiivmootor, Punkt Nihu, and Impromachine4000.
Andres Roots is a Tartu-based slide guitarist, listed in the book "100 Years of Estonian Music" as the country's "internationally best-known player of pure blues." Recorded at his 2019 shows in the USA, in Scotland and in Estonia, his latest live album "Mississippi to Loch Lomond" was released on March 6th.
Macajey is Jeremy Macachor – a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter based in Tartu (Estonia) by way of San Francisco’s Bay Area. His music has been described as organic, uplifting psychedelic, folktronica with elements of jazz and songs with emotional ranges from energetic, feel-good dance tracks to transcendental, sonic meditations. The music is also infused with the landscape tones of his two home bases; the dry mirage laden heat of California summers and the dim lit winters of Estonia.
KONSA - Karoliine-Lisette Kõiv has graduated from Heino Eller Tartu Music College's folk department and is now studying jazz violin in University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. For Karoliine music is the same as breathing. Her journey in music started early on with violin and singing becoming her first expressions. Later she took guitar lessons from Estonian guitarist Eero Siivo and independently discovered also the trade of playing ukulele.
Her original works include singer-songwriter-like contemplations and the rhythm and melodies from the wide world of folk music. In her songs lyrics have a very important role to play, Karoliine writes her lyrics herself or borrows them from Estonian classical poets. In addition to her solo works, she is also a member of various collectives like Trio Viuväuvau, duo Traat, ensemble Hõbe and can be heard in many ethno world music orchestras since 2012.