Ken Hunt of Pulse Connects witnessed a live performance from Yorkston/Thorne/Khan last month, right before the world was shut down to live performances. According to Hunt, “It was an evening during which they sprung gorgeous musical surprises which took them well off the new album promotional path. They improvised instrumentally around themes. Their three-way interplay, with masses of eye contact, was sure and sharp, locked-in and hitting every change en route… Poetry and music have been inseparable since time immemorial. I like the element of risk, that all-important element of risk Yorkston Thorne Khan bring to their music. In my experience there’s nobody on the planet like them, let alone to compare with them.”
Hopefully live music will return eventually, and we can all be so entranced. In the meantime, check out the review here and get the trio’s new album Navarasa: Nine Emotions from our download page.