Lord Kesseli - Tell Me When You're Empty
This is no real new album. No real best of album, no real live album, no real unplugged album. It’s much more than that!What’s the principle? One room. One voice. One grand piano. No audience, Covid dictates, but a live broadcast on Radio Stadtfilter in Winterthur. A few joss sticks. And that’s all....
Magali Michaut's Interview
– Who are you, Magali Michaut?– That’s a great start! I’m singer-songwriter, French living in Denmark. I’m researcher. Violonist too.– Your album Impressionniste is released on August 27th, and a nice work was done on the arrangements, compared to the guitar-voice versions you played live during the...
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Thrown by this one.I had loved so much Emilie Zoé’s 2nd album, so it’s an understatement that I was eagerly awaiting the following.Which came fast, in the form of a semi OST concept-album, and duo of Emilie and her producer. Unfortunately the clay-Pigeons shooting missed the target, except for the w...
Evans McRae - Only Skin
The beginning is calm, very calm. Too calm. Let’s recall McRae is a multiple recidivist in the field. You’ll have to wait for the 3rd track (very good "Careful") to make sure you won’t have an entirely wet album like its predecessor Ah, the World! Oh, the World!As for Lowri Evans, I’m discovering he...
Mickaël Mazaleyrat - Planète
Harmonica isn’t my favourite instrument. Probably I have had my fill of all these folk singers who, maybe under the influence de Bob Dylan, thought themselves smart Alec when they livened up their voice-guitar little songs with a shrill harmonica solo, even though they could hardly blow inside.But h...