Malky mood in Coburg

Malky mood in coburg

Malky is bulgarian and means "little", so several earthlings of younger date. As young as the three hubschen buben of the band malky, existing since 2011, look, small and clueless is not what they played on sunday at leise am markt.
Bulgarian-born singer and guitarist daniel stoyanov not only has a powerful voice with which he can roam through many musical dimensions, poetically warming in the highs, descending into creaky earthiness. With the two albums released so far, stoyanov also proves musical ingenuity, sensitivity and rough creative power in his own mix of pop, jazz, soul. The is unleashed in the coburg concert together with alexander schildhauer on drums and malte bogner on piano. Currently the trio is on a rough tour through germany and very much in demand.
Thus the audience, as always directly involved here, experienced two hours of astonishing musical diversity, full of catchy melodies, ballad-like redemptions, dramatically exciting numbers with sophisticated instrumentation and always surprising accents. The lush electro sound has a bit of mystery, but is always back to the essential statements again.
And, expressly prompted by the musical director of leise am markt, antoinetta bafas, who also comes from bulgaria, stoyanov plunges himself and the audience into his native anthem: "oh my bulgaria", transitioning from english to his native language. – ha, such boys! They dare to do something.