"How unlikely that one of the hottest afro-jazz bands on the planet comes from Denmark. Authenticity is more a question of attitude than origin," Kieler Nachrichten proclaimed in 2016. The band has continuously worked on refining their bold and groovy horn-driven sound to position them as one of the most interesting and hard-grooving bands on the global music scene.
Their debut "Afro-Fire" (2014) was nominated for 5 Danish Grammy Awards, winning "Best World Music Album" and "Best World Music Track".
In November '16 "Made in Africa" was released, recorded partly in Burkina Faso and Mali. It presented compositions based on traditional folk songs as well as completely original material and received critical acclaim, was nominated for 2 Danish Grammy Awards and featured on radio stations worldwide.
The third album Afrotropism is produced entirely by the ensemble itself and expresses the fundamental concern of the group to overcome cultural boundaries and to find common ground. Giving more space to individual articulation, it provides points of departure where the inspirations from Africa left lasting traces that are now becoming independent in new forms.