Beneath the direction of multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Jeno Zsigó, Ando Drom has devoted themselves towards the preservation and continued progression from the gypsy tradition. Their repertoire, which include ballads, intimate suites, and festive music, is made up of traditional music, adaptations, and primary songs out of every segment from the gypsy country. Two-time winners from the renowned Nivo reward, Ando Drom, this means “on the highway” within the Romany vocabulary, craft their audio from an assortment of Hungarian gypsy tools, like the kanna, and Traditional western instrumentation such as for example acoustic guitar and mandolin. Percussive accompaniment is conducted on spoons, jugs, and kettles, while bass noises are re-created by way of a unique selection of mouth area noises. Ando Drom’s third recording, Phari Mamo, released in 1995, presented accompaniment by music artists from the French group Bratsche.