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: Slim Cessna’s Auto Club (US) : Terra Profonda :

thu06jul20:00thu23:00: Slim Cessna’s Auto Club (US) : Terra Profonda :

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2023. július 6., csütörtök
venue: Robot (1073 Budapest, Akácfa u. 49.)


Slim Cessna’s Auto Club was originally formed in 1992 in Denver, Colorado by its namesake after he parted ways with The Denver Gentlemen, that grand progenitor of the peculiar strain of
Gothic Americana unique to the Mile High City that also featured Jeffrey-Paul and David Eugene Edwards who’d go on to form 16 Horsepower, the latter then founding Wovenhand. Slim’s longest running collaborators in the Auto Club have been Munly Munly and Lord Dwight Pentacost who’ve contributed both material and affected the ensemble’s stylistic vision. More recently there’ve been greater creative contributions from longtime collaborator Rebecca Vera,drummer Andrew Warner and now the inclusion of Slim’s son George Cessna on bass.

In 2016, the band released it’s most current album after a five-year hiatus The Commandments According to SCAC. The album encompassed both the heady darkness and celebratory intensity with which the group made its name. That charmingly dusky and spare sound breathed with a new color and delicacy of feeling that perhaps sat in the background in times past . The Commandments According to SCAC, was the first full length album of original
material released on the Auto Club’s own imprint, SCACUNINCORPORATED.

Slim Cessna’s Auto Club also re-released their fourth album Cipher on June 2, 2018. This re-issue will be a double vinyl LP in a gatefold sleeve. Originally released in 2008, Cipher is the most cohesive SCAC album but also the most mysterious. Cipher is a deliberate puzzle loaded with coded language. The idea that braces are used to straighten crooked humanity provides a structure, but this code rewards effort to unpack the many messages it contains; many more relevant now than ever. Compared to its predecessors, this set of songs sounds more hopeful and expansive, a quality that was always there but this time out the brighter sides of the songwriting
were emphasized.

When you get to see the Auto Club live, you’ll see an already mighty band reinvigorated by a new spirit of excitement as well as by the fire that has long burned in its collective belly.



Terra Profonda

Hungarian-based band Terra Profonda was founded in 2012 in Budapest. Members are Kiss Krisztián (sax, Irish bouzouki, koboz), Lo Buglio Vincenzo (vocals), Szabó Mátyás (guitar, bass). Among the inspirations of the group are Afro-American blues, folk and instrumental jazz, too.

The trio consists of members with different musical backgrounds. Krisztián has been playing Hungarian folk music for more than a decade, Vincenzo was into the Hungarian blues scene before, while Mátyás performed with jazz bands on a weekly basis. The different influences constitute the unique sound of Terra Profonda, topped by the visionary lyrics of Vincenzo.

“Terra Profonda” is borrowed from Italian and stands for “deep soil”. As the name indicates, the band is characterized by an earthly, down-to-earth sound. Also, since live performances are more like a thematic, constant flow of music or so to say a free-form theatric performance than a concert, the music of the trio can be labeled as dramatic blues.

The song-cycles give place to downtrodden sailors, sworn and rambling lovers, startled horses, scarred, berserk wayfarers, mad, edgy, flown Eastern European family men among others, all spreading out in the night. As moths on strung up sheets they all swarm in the world of Terra Profonda.

The band has already performed in most of the alternative stages of Budapest, and has been invited to put on performances in Haldern, Berlin and Istanbul.

Members of the band:
Krisztián Kiss – koboz, sax, Irish bouzouki
Mátyás Szabó – guitar, bass
Vincenzo Lo Buglio – vocals



tickets: https://cooltix.hu/event/645499a893a0a01a7c0758ba
– discounted pre-sale 4000 huf
– normal pre-sale 5000 huf
– at the door 6000 huf



(Thursday) 20:00 - 23:00