Omar El Shariyi, variations in point d’orgue

In just a few years, the Wewantsounds label has established itself as one of those that matter when it comes to reissues. Among the furrows … Read more

Blue fear, they defend their color

Emotionally, the music makes us see all the colors. This is all the more true when artists adopt a nickname in Technicolor. What to see … Read more

Cinephonic, spleen on the city

Everything is predicted from the cover and the name of this project led by Pierre Chrétien, also main composer of the Souljazz Orchestra: Cinephonic has … Read more

Matthew Halsall, background star tributes

Trumpeter Matthew Halsall has been publishing his work for ten years now on Gondwana Records, a label founded for this purpose. Albums marked by what … Read more

Dance Music Rhône Alpes, diviner and spirits

Spiritism and New Technologies. We first heard a howl (owl or owl?) Perched on a kick, majestic organs later and then percussions. Full of rhythms … Read more

Electronic classic sauce – Culture / Next

In theory, the connection seems incongruous between a music composed mainly with machines and another entirely devoted to acoustic instruments. However, many bridges have been … Read more

Bessie Jones, memory in her voice

Between 1959 and 1966, the ethnomusicologist and cultural activist Alan Lomax recorded the traditional songs of Elizabeth “Bessie” Jones, folk and gospel singer who witnessed … Read more