On their album release tour, the Looty Trio performs with great enthusiasm at the Peppi Guggenheim.
- Sebastian Strinning - saxophone
- Valeria Zangger - drums
- Marc Unternährer - tuba
"Looty" was the name Queen Victoria gave to the Pekingese that was brought to her as stolen booty from the Chinese imperial palace at the end of the Opium War. It is not known whether the little dog tried to re-establish his honor and that of the Chinese empire by biting his calf and defecating on Persian carpets, which were probably also looted, or whether he opportunistically surrendered to the transfer from Eastern to Western nobility. We hope the former.
The Looty Trio wants to play, but not just play. There are no muzzles, torn loose from the lines we poach ourselves. Not only calves are at risk, we also like to aim higher. We plunder and sharpen the tools we've accumulated over decades: from jazz scalpels to punk steam hammers, we use everything we can get our hands on to break chains and bark against ostentatious palaces, degrading systems and - last but not least - boring music.
- Free entry – it is suggested to give some money if you like the band.
- Note: The Peppi is a smoking bar. Admission from 18 years.
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