«There is increasing buzz in the audience. We are slowly moving forward to the stage to see them begin. The mood is that of one of those good old films. No matter where we come to see them play and who the audience are these guys are able to create an atmosphere of lightness and delight… Then you see girls in the audience holding their glasses just like in one of those films, and youngsters in their creaking shoes dancing forgetfully, and faces just as they used to be then – glowing with inspiration and utmost happiness.
The simple fact is the Karovas mean it when they play, and their music is their lifestyle. This is the music of faith, of experiment, of what’s happening, the music of the free and talented. It is not retrospective though, it is more of leading the audience from the unstable vacuum of everyday life into the world of delightful beat. The Karovas bring together space and tyme, and they let everyone be involved into the swirl of their swinging world!»