Jazzrausch Bigband ” Malher’s Breakdown “

Jazzrausch Bigband ” Malher’s Breakdown “

It is agreed that jazz is a music of crossbreeding and that its crossing, with other styles, could generate lasting movements, such as free-jazz, or sub-genres of hip-hop. However, the marriage with electronic music remains less frequent and to my knowledge seeing a...

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Shabazz Palaces « Robed In Rareness »

Shabazz Palaces « Robed In Rareness »

Specialist in short albums, Shabazz Palaces is basically a hip-hop duo which includes the rapper Ishmael Butler, who was part of the group Digable Planets and the multi-instrumentalist of Zimbabwean origin Tendai Maraire (the latter having left the project a few years...

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Ghost Woman “Hindsight is 50 / 50” 

Ghost Woman “Hindsight is 50 / 50” 

Behind this name lies the project of Canadian multi-instrumentalist Evan John Uschenko. Before locking himself away in a farm studio to record his first tracks, Uschenko accompanied bands such as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on stage. He made a name for...

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Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” 

Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” 

Although separated at the start of 2021, the French duo continue to be present among the new releases. Not least thanks to their album "Random Access Memories", released in a tenth-anniversary version and here in a drumless edition. There's no need to introduce these...

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Clio « Carambolage »

Clio « Carambolage »

This young woman from Besançon has had an atypical career, in the sense that she began learning the guitar as an adult. In return, she writes her own lyrics and quickly composes her own music to accompany them. Her eponymous debut album was released in 2016, when she...

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Robert Finley “Black Bayou”

Robert Finley “Black Bayou”

If you think the best nuggets are the best hidden, then you can be sure that Robert Finley is a diamond shaped by years of practice. Native from Louisiana, he took up the guitar at the age of 11, and was a regular attendee of gospel bands. Music has been with him all...

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Pascal Comelade “Boom Boom” 

Pascal Comelade “Boom Boom” 

An artist as crazy and unclassifiable as he is brilliant, traveling between France and Catalonia, he sings in both languages and released dozens of albums with the Bel Canto Orchestra (characterized by the unsystematic use of toy instruments) or as a solo artist. Some...

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Matmos “Returns To Archive” 

Matmos “Returns To Archive” 

An uncompromising electronic music duo, Matmos have earned their reputation by basing their music on the use of non-musical samples, in the manner of the precursors of musique concrète. The samples on their album A Chance To Cut Is A Chance To Cure, for example, are...

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