With a superb jazz scene flourishing in Belgium in recent years, the emergence of Brussels quartet Bandler Ching comes as no surprise. Led by composer and saxophonist Ambroos De Schepper, Bandler Ching sweep the listener away with thrilling compositions blending an array of genres, from contemporary jazz, electronics and hip-hop to noise and global beats, while remaining free of stylistic constraints. Their first offering comes in the form of an EP entitled Sub Surface and will be released on October 23rd through Sdban Ultra. In advance of the release, Bandler Ching are giving us an incredible taster of what to expect with the first single ‘Pousmousse’. They comment:
“’Pousmousse’ originated from the need for space in music. The title has the same name as a laundromat in Saint-Josse (Brussels). The name is pleasant yet uncomfortable at the same time. Likewise, the song flirts with consonance and dissonance.”
‘Pousmousse’ comes with an accompanying video. Check it out below.