Mario Rom’s Interzone

Mario Roms Interzone © Severin Koller
Mario Roms Interzone © Severin Koller

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Genre(s): Jazz/Improvised Music
From: Vienna, Austria
Label: www.traumton.de/
Booking: interzone@laubrecords.com
Contact: interzone@laubrecords.com
Website: www.mr-interzone.at/
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BIOGRAPHY

Many will already be familiar with the young Austrian trio Mario Rom’s INTERZONE. Mario Rom (trumpet), Lukas Kranzelbinder (bass) und Herbert Pirker (drums) are a promising band on the young, wild, European jazz scene. Concert performances have already taken them around the globe to Mexico, China, Argentina, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Israel and all of Europe.

Mario Rom’s INTERZONE plays jazz after the motto “anything goes” with a special emphasis on improvisation, spontaneity, and communication. It’s a mix that has garnered rave reviews from the press. DIE ZEIT  for example, has referred to them as “3 young savages, marked by a life they couldn’t have lived, capable of anything”. After releasing “Nothing is true” (2012, Laub Records) and “Everything is permitted” (2015, Traumton Records), they followed up with their third album “Truth is simple to consume” in the fall of 2017.


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