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Environment

New beginnings

By Maria Gregoriou

The three-member boy band Tri-Cool-Ore have just released their debut album entitled Oregano Infused and have already got Nicosia and Paphos fused within their new sounds… and on Saturday everyone in Limassol should be prepared to join the cool oregano train to unique melodies.

The band, who are Angelos Doukas on the piano and keyboards, Vasilis Vasileiou on drums and percussion, and Nikos Doukas on bass and loops, are well known on the Cypriot music-scene for their jazzy and African sounding music, which, believe it or not, is very much influenced by traditional Greek vibes.

If you have already seen the band perform at festivals in Nicosia and Limassol and you found their originality won you over, then you will love the performance of the nine original instrumental pieces from their album, which they have composed.

If you like their music but can’t make any of their tour dates either on the island or in Greece and the UK (they will be giving away the CD at the gigs by the way) then you can order the album, or download it from the band’s webpage – www.tricoolore.com – and on other major online stores.

Tri Cool Ore
Live performance by the band to present their debut album. April 25. Polixoros Sinergeio, Limassol. 8.30pm. €10 with a free CD. Tel: 99-549141

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