Not just jazz
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Spinifex started in The Netherlands as an experimental music project dabbling with a variety of musical styles, in late 2007. Soon after, a number of bands were formed under the banner of Spinifex, each with a different sound. Among them are the Spinifex Orchestra, the Spinifex Tuba Band and the Spinifex Quintent. Four members of the latter — consequently being called the Spinifex Quartet — will perform at Blue Frog on Wednesday evening as part of the ensemble's first tour of the country.
Although primarily a jazz outfit, the quartet — comprising alto saxophonist, bass clarinettist and composer Tobias; drummer Philipp Moser; guitarist Jasper Stadhouders; and bassist, composer and visual artist Goncalo Almeida — incorporate an interesting blend of other genres into their music. Moser is also one of the best metal drummers in The Netherlands. There are touches of metal, Carnatic and other world music in their scores.
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