Today we’re sharing three different albums. Flashback, vision from the future and present, we’ve put them together for their common force: intimacy. Flashes.
WOMAN SOLDIER – MORGANE JI
To stand in Morgane Ji’s way is out of question. Her whole musical world tells us so. We get into it through her 2018 released album, Woman Soldier, with the video for Mon nom est Personne, just released. The artist from Reunion island has more than one origin and it shows beautifully. With a great volcanic temper and loads of talents, Morgane Ji’s voice is sensual, powerful and mysterious. Magical, inspired and vast, that’s the sound she gives us. Getting everything she can from what she can touch, Morgane Ji elevates and completes her sound with dazzling visuals.
TOURIST(E) – MACKENZIE LEIGHTON
The American Parisian Mackenzie Leighton is opening her hearts with songs and travels in a small album rather intimate, Tourist(e), to be released on 26th June. Celebrating her independence (After All) and she is also accepting her form of rootlessness, her belonging to everywhere and nowhere at once, here and there. In the team, we really understand that feeling… It is with a clear voice that Leighton goes from English to French with an absolute charm (Guillaume The Postman). Guitars, piano and drums follow her lightly, and quickly we’re into it, like a duck on water. Sublime.
INNER SONGS – TALSICO
In his new album, Inner Songs, Talisco proposes a collection of passionate sounds, chill, soft, powerful and dreamy. His greatest hit The Keys is back in the soul of a new tune, the lovely The K2, and there Talisco doesn’t recycle, he’s reborn. The guitar doesn’t vanish because of the synth, both are merging and growing together and with no distinction. In short, for his new opus, the composer hasn’t been afraid to get personal and we can only thank him for the result is very sensitive.
Mon nom est Personne – Morgane Ji
Ladies Night – Mackenzie Leighton
The Steed – Talisco