“Bunte Truppe came together in 2017 and consists of Limpe Fuchs, Ruth-Maria Adam, Ignaz Schick and Ronnie Oliveras, who play a variety of percussion, wind and string instruments as well various electronic means in front of their audience. At this point it is absolutely necessary to point out how such a ‘colorful troupe acts at the height of its time and improvisedly moves beyond so-called genre boundaries and musical conventions. Of course, this full-bodied announcement includes that the Colorful Troupe knows how to challenge their audience! Naturally.
Evidence of historical contexts or other cultural contexts, such as that Limpe Fuchs has been internationally known as a musician since God knows how long (and many years of it in the free improv duo Anima-Sound) and is on the move, The fact that Ruth-Maria Adam and Ronnie Oliveras also make a noise at Datashock and the Flamingo Creatures, while Ignaz Schick hurries from artist residency to artist residency with the record player under his arm, is (not) important. It may also be (un) helpful to use one or the other international benchmark to classify the music for orientation. But before we get lost in the music library, we prefer to prick up our ears and dedicate ourselves to the astonishing sounds that this record contains: lively and seemingly carefree, But the colorful troupe starts to play with each other attentively and free themselves, and so supposedly incompatible, musically disparate things come together casually. The material does not want to be mastered, it has suffered enough.” – Holger Adam