The group, who have been together since 2011, initially played folk music covers, but their latest album mainly consists of self-written songs. Angelos Ionas plays acoustic guitar, Antonis Antoniou the tzouras (a type of bouzouki) and Demetris Yiasemides the trombone. Their sound is very much their own. The lead is taken by the tzouras, providing a musical ¬rhythm which recalls urban Greek folk music, particularly contemporary rebetiko. The fact that the members of the trio once played in rock and jazz bands also shines through in their music. Their songs are not just fresh but incredibly varied, as well as featuring a certain prickliness which reflects the political and economic tension in divided Cyprus. Angathin translates as thorn, after all...
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