Created out of a free jamming concept, Quartet to Threes' music progressively gained more solid compositional forms. Some of them have jazz influences, while others are closer to rock and psychedelia. Their music takes us back to the sound of some bands from the seventies; because of the similar way they open melodic phrases towards tonal improvisations, in which the purpose of the main theme just seems an excellent occasion to decompose it.
Their songs are like flying trips, complete with the take-off, turbulence, and a flawless landing, after which the passengers will always applaud. For these four time-keeping ramblers, the most important thing is to go on a trip together, in harmony, without thinking about musical tags or styles. The pleasure of playing, of traveling, no matter whereto. Most important is staying in the air, with no ground to stand on, sustained by the music. Sin Pies. Without feet.