Ghent's Steiger are a piano trio, but not in the classical sense. With their versatile style, influenced by different musical genres such as jazz, rock, pop, classical and electronic music, they try to find a balance between composition and improvisation through the use of experimentation and electronics.
Considered pioneers of the Belgian jazz crossover scene, Steiger have been active for 6 years and have recently found themselves performing at major jazz venues in Flanders, picking up numerous accolades along the way.
The trio's highly anticipated sophomore album 'Give Space', released 14th September on Sdban Ultra, was recorded at 7 different locations, with the music composed to fit and fight these locations within a dialogue of acoustics, atmospheres and appetition. Field recordings, reverbs, ambient sounds, all collected within the search for the unpredictable, were given space within this dialogue as the essential part of the encounter. As a result, the locations emerge somewhat as a fourth member of the trio. The music - sometimes fixed, sometimes completely free - takes on an ever-changing journey into their multi-faceted world.
A1. Steiger - And There They Stood
A2. Steiger - Captain Hooker
A3. Steiger - Female Pope
B1. Steiger - The Lady, the Llama and the Dog
B2. Steiger - Henri's Entropic Blimp Flight
B3. Steiger - Cripplewood
1. Steiger - And There They Stood
2. Steiger - Captain Hooker
3. Steiger - Chin-de-Dah
4. Steiger - Cripplewood
5. Steiger - Female Pope
6. Steiger - Deimos
7. Steiger - Henri's Entropic Blimp Flight
8. Steiger - The Lady, the Llama and the Dog