has recorded Concert for Nature
on a 1505m high Suva Mountain peak in Serbia and will release the concert on DVD this autumn. To celebrate the band's first decade of existence, this best of" collection will include two compositions from each of their four albums.
EYOT has released a video for their first single “Drifters".
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Praise for EYOT
“This highly original quartet unites jazz, classical, folk and rock elements in an intoxicating mix that is at once meditative and invigorating.” —Ian Patterson
, All About Jazz
“The proud representative of a new generation of European musicians, this Serbian quartet breaks all temporal, geographical and cultural boundaries of Balkan Jazz, explosively blending classical music, art-rock and traditional melodies. In its quest for new creative sound combinations, Eyot restlessly explores the limits between tradition and innovation and leads European Jazz off the beaten track. Known as the “Nirvana of Jazz", the four musicians light up the stage with outstandingly fresh and electrifying sounds. The quartet brings to life a music of unique creativity which strikes a pleasant balance between simplicity and sophistication, and is both coarse yet delicate."—Cully Jazz Festival
“This is just simply quite stunning."—Mike Chadwick, SoulandJazz.com
“Electro jazz rock fusion- you name it they play it- full of energy and invention—a top class act.” —Tim Dickeson, Jazzwise