It’s another beautiful Friday that we’re going to get as we listen to nomadic and spiritual new tunes. Let’s get curious. Flash.
DOORWAYS – ROXANE ARNAL FT. BAPTISTE BAILLY
If the first piano notes of Rushed to Fly, the very first track of this new EP, Doorways, take us to a light fairy world, the guitar that follows shows the sensual and energetic potential of Roxane Arnal and Baptiste Bailly. The singer, accompanied by the pianist, is pursuing in just over twenty minutes dreams that we associate with the smell of a nice Sunday afternoon, especially in autumn. From infinite travels on some desertic roads to other cosy moments next to a fire, this EP is going to follow us around.
VIKINGS MEMORIES – SKÁLD
It’s another type of travel we’re having there. We’re boarding a Drakkar as soon as the album opens. SKÁLD has promised to tell some Vikings memories and that exactly what we get. Vikings Memories is full of old Northen tradition has it opens to the modern world and brings a fresh breeze. Between a voice coming from the depth of the earth and one from the highest skies, the old Norse we hear bring us to the land of pagan legends and sagas brilliantly. We really recommend the listen.
PERSPECTIVES & AVATARS – LAURA PERRUDIN
The different faces of Laura Perrudin are reflecting and answering themselves in this superb new album, Perspectives & Avatars. Touches of rock, like on The W Word with Becca Stevens, or electro, like on Game Over with Krismenn, are running along with the pop-jazz the signer offers. Mostly in English, the album is full of lovely collaborations including Phillipe Katerine who’s giving a French touch on the original Push Me. In the end, these perspectives and avatars are not losing us and are actually well harmonised with harp player Laura Perrudin’s clear voice.
Now Playing :
No One Knows My Name – Roxane Arnal
Norðrljós – Skáld
The W Word – Laura Perrudin