Pohoto by Gerard Groenendijk”Even if the avant-garde and free improv are not your usual ‘cup of tea,’ give Ido Bukelman’s Solo a few listens at least. It may have a few surprises in store for you. Keep an open mind, treat it as a journey of discovery, and you may well end up amazed at what you find.
…Bukelman is even better on his own. ‘Solo’ is totally acoustic and even more in your face Tightly wound and fearsomely sure of itself.
Ido Bukelman has a sense of melody and rhythm that, though deconstructed to great degree, is present and underpins this set with an unexpected and sublime grace.