organisiert von: VEKKS
Location: VEKKS, Erlgasse 27, 1120 Wien

The Scandinavian trio TEETH has been together for 10 years and unites 3 highly interesting Scandinavian musicians within the electroacoustic genre. The trio consists of:

Anders Filipsen (DK) - keyboards, knobs Herman Müntzing (SE) - electronics, amplified objects, voice

Håkon Berre (NO) - drums, objects, electronics

Anders Filipsen (DK) has been active on the Danish jazz & improv-scene for over a decade, both as a composer and improviser releasing albums on the acclaimed label ILK. He is active with bands and projects such as “The Black Nothing”, “Firebirds” and “Mesmer”.

Malmö-based Herman Müntzing (SE) is one of the most of the most original artists on the Swedish electronic scene, treating both electronic and acoustic devices as well has his homemade “Flexichord” instrument. In addition to teaching at the Academy of Music in Malmö , he is active with bands and projects like “Morph Ensemble”, “Rhododendron String Band” and “Diers/Müntzing”.

Håkon Berre (NO), based in Copenhagen, is an highly active improviser in a wide array of projects, both working with acoustic sounds and electronically treated sounds. His inventive and energetic drumming can be heard on a discography spanning 44 CD’s and LP’s, many of them released on Barefoot Records, where Håkon is one of the co-founders. Active with bands and projects such as “Ytterlandet”, “Liudas Mockunas Trio” and “Ericson/Nästesjö/Berre”.

Together, this trio creates otherworldly soundscapes beyond genres and imagination. From a wheezing herd of birds to schizophrenic patterns and doomsday beats. Each member’s personal expression contributes to the totality, creating a synergetic wall of sounds. The trio released their critically acclaimed debut album “Open Up” on ILK in November 2018, and was described as:

“Teeth sounds like nothing you have heard before. You may imagine an alien organism that sends urgent messages to the desperate earthlings, teasing and testing the limited attention span of Earth’s human beings and their capabilities to decipher eccentric auditive textures.”