Intergalactic ode to analog keyboards
Synthetizer chords shoot through the room, clear as laser beams, dark as the universe. The audience is projected into the Bombers experiment, between songs and instrumentals, Britpop and German space-rock – a thrilling, soaring experience.
Bombers was originally conceived as a one-shot for the Impetus Festival; however, Christian Pahud (Larytta, Honey for Petzi) and Michel Blanc (Larytta, Honey for Petzi, Sinner DC, Brazen) quickly got hooked, and this is a good thing! Accompanied by Mark Blakebrough (Brazen) on drums, the band presents their first album M/W, released last January on Vitesse Records.
True machine maniacs, Bombers couldn’t miss the chance to collaborate with the SMEM (Swiss Museum & Center for Electronic Music Instruments) during their gig in Fribourg: during the first part of the concert, they present a brand new piece especially created for the Belluard Festival with the help of some beautiful oscillators.