Gaël Faure
Gaël Faure has the grace. You don’t know why, but does it matter? He’s got it, that’s all. You can see it, you can feel it. And of course you can hear it. His previous album, De Silences en Bascules , acoustic and homogeneous, had left me dissatisfied, and I hadn’t managed to go beyond the
Bror Gunnar Jansson - And the Great Unknown, Part II
Natural blues. If while listening to him you imagine an old stunted American bluesman with Morgan Freeman’s or Gil Scott-Heron’s face – and even if George Ezra’s voice already played you the trick – forget! Bror Gunnar Jansson is (as his name suggests) a 31-year-old Swedish giant who fell into
Agnes Obel
Citizen of Glass
Here is a record which is going to reconcile me with my mother. Not that I am angry with her, but it should be noted that we have quite few common musical tastes. So forget your usual musical tastes for a while, be they common or not, and embark for an enchanting journey. Out of time, out of
If Daran counted on this album to reinvent himself, he succeeded. Unfortunately. The single " Je Repars " was available to listen a few months before. I had asked myself why releasing this track that didn’t seem so great to me, although efficient with its whistled theme (one of Daran’s habits,
Arno Alyvan
Tandem OST
Follow him! A composer’s temptation is high, in this kind of exercise, to take an only theme, to offer variations of it and never give it up. Just to give a unity to the sound background of the series. Not here. There is not one theme... but several. Besides the main theme (" Tandem (Soler et