Rooted in Afro-Jazz and experimental music, the musical approach of the trio Inuit Pagoda is keen to break free from the categories of style to create a lyrical and innovative universe. Formed by guitarist and composer Emilio Vidal, saxophonist Nikola Gross and drummer Jonas Albrecht, the band focuses a whole section of its artistic research on sound and graphic design. It is thus in line with these Swiss groups who grant themselves unlimited artistic freedom.
For the ANALOG FLOOD project, the band has joined forces with the U-Zehn collective, a graphic design workshop in Neuchâtel specialized in silkscreen printing. This collaboration first gave birth to a LP, accompanied by a large-format booklet entirely made by the collective. In 2020, it will present a new live performance combining music and graphic productions - particularly from the use and experimentation of technologies such as mapping.