We talk spirits, space, inspiration and fascination through three albums coming up on 31st January. Flashes.
CAILLOUX & MÉTÉORES – MIRA CÉTII
From the dawn of humanity, space fascinates and inspires. With its infinity and its billions of objects, we know it will still kindle our curiosity. And because no one knows what sound Space does, potentially because it doesn’t, when artists like Mira Cétii releases albums like Cailloux & Météores, well, we’re thinking that space sounds rock, deep and light altogether. From La source to Cailloux & Météores and the rock Amour squelette, we get dreamlike, pop, coloured, wide and fascinating sound. A spatial energetic poesy that’s worth our time.
LAVA – CLAIRE DAYS
Just so we don’t leave the sky just yet, we get to discover Claire days’ EP: Lava. It’s an immense tranquillity that gets our spirit. There’s great tenderness in the artist’s voice that mix to her nonchalance, mental strength and form of nostalgy. Less femme fatale than Lana Del Rey, Claire days is sensual as she takes her time. Oslo is without the track that shows this best. This EP is a detail of her talent that needs to be seen.
BONAVENTURA – THOMAS HOWARD MEMORIAL
The sensation we get from listening to this LP is strange. Between a journey in an underworld world and an obscure white canvas on which comes all of our heavy thinking, Thomas Howard Memorial has something mystical and nerve-wracking. The experiences that are John and Tunnel are great examples of that as much as more classical yet researched tracks like Irma’s Death Toll or Let It Glow. If it is dark, Bonaventura can rise worries and help to get through some others.
La source – Mira Cétii
Oslo – Claire days
Revolution – Thomas Howard Memorial