KUU! Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam


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KUU! creates a buzz in the Berlin jazz scene with dynamic, precisely executed songs containing sharp commentary on the times we live in. Singer Jelena Kuljić is not only a schooled jazz vocalist, but also a professional actress working with some of Europe's most prominent ensembles including Berliner Volksbühne and Münchner Kammerspiele. Her imaginative lyrics and umissable performances form a unity with the electric guitars of Kalle Kalima and Frank Möbus and the drums of Christian Lillinger (Hyperactive Kid). This music is its own theatre, 'hectic modern noir' according to ACT, the label behind the group's most recent album Lampedusa Lullaby.


  • Introduction Kuu! Bimhuis Radio (00:00)
  • Impossible (01:03)
  • My eyes are blind (05:46)
  • Lampedusa lullaby (14:33)
  • Statsias bande / Talking to birdies (20:34)
  • Talk (29:53)
  • We watch them fall (30:35)
  • About death (38:16)
  • On the mountain (41:40)
  • Scream (46:36)
  • Talk (51:37)
  • Thank you Iceland (52:29)
  • Talk band introduction (57:16)
  • Crossing border in a milk truck (59:18)
  • DADA (01:09:35)

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