While our hearts are ever dedicated to ambient and neoclassical, even the most obedient of souls sin sometimes. That being said, behold our forbidden apple of the week: Toronto Table Ensemble ‘’Unexpected Guests’’.
Starting off on a bagpipe (almost certainly anyway) playing a celtic polka melody, the music is soon joined by an far-east rhythm section played on something that must be close to the African djembe drums. From there on it’s feast and madness. It’s the sort of music that will turn a sitting protest into a jumping riot of joy. Seemingly tireless, the musicians continue to deliver magnitudes of energy, masterfully playing the instruments with laser-precision timing.
Let loose and dance one out to this wonderful musical creation at the link below: