Violinist and composer Myrthe van de Weetering was trained in classical music, but as a teenager she developed a taste for several other genres. She studied music and technology, but jazz violin and double bass as well. This versatility has clearly shaped her playing. She has worked with Kyteman, Orgel Vreten and Kovacs, among others, Van de Weetering has also composed music for documentary films. With her debut album Dégout she dared to make a choice and the music that Miles Davis composed for the movie Ascenseur Pour l‘Échafaud was a major inspiration. She recorded some of her pieces with guests like guitarist Anton Goudsmit and bassist Jeroen Vierdag, resulting in a heavy and melancholy sound. Van de Weetering is a true composer who looks for a connection with film music and complex arranged jazz. She also has a clear musical vision and is not afraid to use imagery.