The British DJ, producer and sound designer Matthew Herbert has made it his mission to search for ‘original’ sounds for his music, preferably created right on stage. Herbert is known for his unexpected moves, like breaking CDs or using fragments of glass. In the dance scene (jazz house, electro, techno) he is known as Matthew Herbert, but also as dr. Rockit, Radioboy, Whishmountain and Herbert. Last year he surprised everyone with Goodbye Swingtime, a jazz big band including electronics and presenting a somewhat political message. With his new project Plat Du Jour he agitates against the modern food industry. “Hurrah for biological food”, is what he pleads, while the musicians are drumming on pots and pans, a cook is preparing dinner on stage and the audience is served with samples of food. The smell is part of the music, the ingredients correspond with the sounds.