Brams currently plays with internationally renowned musicians such as Joey Baron (MiXMONK) and Stéphane Galland (The Mystery of KEM).
His solo career took off in an unexpected way with Piano e forte (2016), a project for which he approached historical instruments from a contemporary perspective. The switch to the Chris Maene Straight Strung Grand for Switch The Stream (2018) indicated a renewed search for movement, evolution and introspection. The newest solo chapter, Colour Talk, continues this trajectory with another revolutionary piano model and a continued attempt to renew from within.
If you asked him about his current position as an artist, he would probably tell you that it’s all about forward movement and the need to keep evolving, about a trajectory as work-in-progress. However, if you consider Colour Talk as a freeze frame of where De Looze is at, it is hard not to consider it a highlight in a career that should have some more surprises in store.