After having ventured between space and cosmos, the duo celebrates its fifteen years of existence and friendship by offering, this time, a more grounded album. Reaction to an initial vibration, a kind of sound disturbance that spreads on the water surface, this new album undulates on future jazz accents.
From floating to deep diving, these tracks shimmer warmly and reflect as many musical
influences as soloist friends invited on this project. A dozen tracks at the crossroads of jazz, electronica and jungle, for a journey with sophisticated electronic and organic textures, in a resolutely luminous writing.
Like ‘Piccolo and Bells’, which honors the organ, a new instrument for the group, sort of reference to Mount Kimbie. Emblematic references for ‘Flued’ too, a more progressive pop track, where we find Radiohead or Boards of Canada influences.
This album is a moment preserved from the heavy ambient gravity, to go to the source of creativity, of the instrument. A sense of groove and a particular, delicate attention given to the melody, for an even more vibrant experience, and a freed nu-jazz.
A2. Piccolo and Bells
A3. Beat 2
A4. Don't You Dare 1
A5. Don't You Dare 2
B1. Tight Schedule
B2. C'est La Vous
B3. British Drama