In 2013 under the name The MOST Projekt, Unsound was co-presenting a tour of three inclusive bands from Australia and Poland, performing separately as well as together in improvised sessions. Bands included The Bridge (Australia), Remont Pomp (Sopot) and Na Górze (Poznan), each with members who identify as having a "disability". A range of special guest musicians also appeared in each city.

The goal of Projekt Most was to present creative output of groups, members of which identify with disability and were thus excluded from the spot light hitherto.

A bit less than a month before the eleventh edition of Unsound Festival in Cracow, members of an Australian group The Bridge came to Poland. Projekt Most brought together the Australian musicians haling from Lismore with Polish groups, Na Górze and Remont Pomp. Both the band from Australia and Polish guests of the project work in a similar way: they concentrate mostly on artistic value of their actions, which allows all of the members of the groups to function on equal rights, both within their creative space and outside of it. The concert tour was a risky but ground-breaking artistic initiative, one that brings no divisions into two stages and there are no special rights for some of the participants. The tour was highly praised making magazine TOP 10 phenomenons of 2013. Here is the article and video interview with the musicians: 

The Bridge was the effect of its creators' wish to realize an idea which had originated in their minds long years earlier. Thanks to a true engagement of every person involved in the project, their determination and support they were granted, all of the groups will be given a chance to present their work to Polish audiences. Their concert tour will start on 10th September, with a concert to be played in Gdańsk at Willa FSC Sopot; later, they will come to Warsaw (12th September, concert at Powiększenie) and to Wrocław (13th September, at ODA Firlej), and finally to Cracow (14th September, at CKJ Manggha).

Throughout their concert tour, musicians of The Bridge will be supported by prominent representatives of Polish experimental, jazz and popular music. So far, the organizers have confirmed appearances by such musicians as Mikołaj Trzaska, Olo Walicki, Tomek Ziętek, Paweł Szamburski, Michał Górczyński, Piotr Zabrodzki and Artur Majewski, with even more stars to
be announced soon.