Young jazz band Stepsel release new single | Culture


With summer already here and the end of the lockdown, concert halls of all kinds are starting to properly open in Estonia, although they would be nothing without the musicians to perform there. Fortunately, it seems that Estonia’s musical future is secure, certainly in the jazz genre, as evidenced by a new group of schoolchildren, who have just released their own new single.

Stepsel is an ensemble made up of high school students who cultivate Estonian-language jazz. Stepsel’s music is an eclectic mix of jazz and alternative pop.

The new release is called “Pusle” which can be viewed in the video clip below and was performed at Tallinn’s famous jazz venue, Philly Joe’s.

“Pusle” is endless controversy, quarrel and addiction, which attracts people. The urge to win and reach the end is so great that all the sadness and anger that comes with it is irrelevant, the group says.

Stepsel is a creator in its own way among youth groups, as there are very few school-aged jazz groups. Summer begins, and the school break will be devoted to the creation of an album. The new creation begins with a thought, a feeling, a problem – the solution of which will be found at the end of the story.

Stepsel is made up of four members: Kirte-Lee Keskel (vocals), Madis Sikk (piano), Marten Joonas Ruut (bass) and Andero Tõniste (drums).

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Henry R. Wright