The saxophonist Sebastian Wehle, bassist Robert Lucaciu and drummer Philipp Scholz have something to say and continuously get to the point. They do this in a fresh and yet astoundingly philosophical way. They do this with esprit, mind, and heart and they don’t get lost in verbose ramblings. Way too many stories have them. That is why their music is sparkling new, contemporary and not nostalgic, and in no way do they follow the same old worn out clichés.
Of course, they know their ancestors. They have studied and internalized. Nevertheless, now is the time for them to do their own thing. This trio swings and sways into a new jazz that has been constantly developing for more than a half a century. So it finds its own individuality that first charges the results with relevance. Plot does not deliver copies; instead they express themselves in their own constructions. They do not lead their public through a museum, rather through the streets of now. Based on their origins, they talk of here and now. They do this in poignant flights of ideas, energetic, contemplative, and it is just as witty as it is serious. New doors are constantly opening. (Ulrich Steinmetzger)