Contemporary Noise Sextet (quintet)

Contemporary Noise Sextet was founded by the Kapsa brothers. They also formed Something Like Elvis, a legendary emo/hardcore band. Formerly called Contemporary Noise Quintet/Quartet. CNS musicians include: Tomek Glozik, saxophones, Wojtek Jahna and trumpet (Sing Penelope), Mordy), and Kamil Pater (guitar player). He joined the band in November 2006. Recently, Patryk Weclawek (bass) has replaced Pawel Urowski. CNS’s music is described as energetic jazz mixed with elements of film music. Their music is not easy to categorize because of the diversity of sounds. The autumn 2006 release of “Pig Inside The Gentleman”, their debut album, was a success. It received positive reviews and was named one of the best records in 2006 by the Third Program of Polish Radio. CNQ toured several Polish cities in November. The concerts were well received. The band received a lot of positive press reviews. CNQ immediately convinced them to create their own music. It is both attractive and well-produced. The best Polish release of 2006, Pig Inside The Gentleman, is the record to get. (Piotr Leondowski PopUp Magazine) SOMETHING LIKE JAZZ Contemporary Noise Quartet: Jazz music without jazz, film music with no movie, but something spectacular instead! Despite its name suggesting loud music for select ones, CNQ seems to be a revelation. Beautiful, hard-hitting, romantic piano music in dialogue with the brass section. The climax is a simple and beautiful emotional composition that makes your flesh crawl while you listen. The memories of CNQ’s musical past make hair twitch. (Bartek Chacinski Prazekroj). Contemporary is a testament to maturity and class. It is both elegant and full of punk energy. It is impossible to believe that the compositions are so large, but they are all filled with instruments. The roots of most CNQ musicians go back to harder music, sometimes even heavy-metal. This is an area that holds great interest. The music is lively and expressive. It is a Polish export commodity that must be remembered. (Diggin The Shelf) by allaboutjazz

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