We’re between softness and explosion today. It is a tasty and surprising walk we are getting into today through our three small reviews. Flashes.
BRUNO BISARO & LES OURAGANS GRIS – BRUNO BISARO
It is with phenomenal writings that Bruno Bisaro & Les Ouragans Gris starts. Bruno Bisaro let his deep and yet so soft voice dance on every note. Poetic and demanding, he’s also an activist (Nice), powerful and dark. With tender folk and songs with important and moving lyrics (Je viens, Marie), this new album is self-evident, especially in the French music landscape. It becomes absolutely necessary for anyone loving French variety. A beautiful discovery.
POPURRÍ – CALVA LOUISE
Unstoppable, that’s the word coming to our minds when we listen to Calva Louise. Their small EP POPURRÍ is punk and futuristic. In three rock garage tracks, the band gets into something more experimental than before. And we’re launched into something intergalactic. These ten minutes are definitely too short. We need a lot more. In English or Spanish, they’re ripping up the matrix and bring us into a stroboscopic world with neon lights everywhere. Again!
AUGUST AND THE IN BETWEEN – NAN MACMILLAN
It is a true musical meditation that Nan Macmillan proposes through her new EP, August And The In Between. With her tender folk, the American summons incredible landscapes there, from fields to forests and mountains, all while opening the door to her musical intimacy. As light as the end of summer, this EP full of nostalgia resonates to our ears with a lot of charm. From eloquent whispers to harmonious chorals, August And The In Between makes us feel a lot less alone.
Now Playing :
Premier Amour – Bruno Bisaro & Les Ouragans Gris
POPurrí – Calva Louise
How Many Miles – Nan Macmillan