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...
Slim Paul - Good for You
This is not very frequent, but here is an album which starting pieces are enjoyable, whereas the ending ones are straight captivating!    The previous album, Dead Already was rather dark. The new one, still blues of course, wants to appear more positive. As its title indicates, it intends to do you ...
les Goguettes - Le Temps Béni de la Pandémie
Unfortunately, the topic is still in the news as I’m writing these lines.Fortunately, facing the worry and the prevailing moroseness, les Goguettes (trio of 4 people) are still here, with their caustic humour which verges on genius almost every time.Question: What’s in common between Francis Cabrel,...
Animal Triste
Here’s what’s called a supergroup. Understand that its members all have a more or less glorious past in other bands. Starting with Yannick and Sébastien, respectively singer and guitarist from la Maison Tellier. The other 4, living in Rouen as well, played in Radiosofa (whom the snoopers amongst us ...
Lylac - I'm the Stranger
Each time it pulls the stunt on me. I play the album, then I don’t necessarily pay attention, I attend to my business. Everything goes by well and it’s nice. When suddenly a song makes me prick up my ears, pick my head up and abruptly give up any other activity: "Sisters of Mercy". It’s automatic. A...