The Nublu Orchestra consists of musicians from bands like Brazilian Girls, Wax Poetic, Kudu, Forro in the Dark and I Led Three Lives. They have one thing in common: the Nublu, a hip music club in the New York East Village that is their home. The orchestra is conducted with the striking gestures of composer and free jazz cornet player Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris, who made a name for himself in the seventies on the avant-garde scene with musicians like David Murray and Harriet Buiett. Morris became known for his individual style of conducting, a method he named "conduction". With his hands he instructs the band to improvise harmony, melody and phrasing. From free jazz to techno, the musical spectrum of the Nublu Orchestra is colorful and moves every which way - just like the club, that programs like no other club and even has its own record label.