Slow (The Smart Sounds of Bruit Chic) Yoann Loustalot, Julien Touéry, Eric Surménian, Laurent Paris
Label: Bruit Chic / Etic System
Subgenre: Contemporary Jazz
Album including Album cover
- 1Table rase05:40
- 3Sonnig und dabei kalt04:48
- 4Vers l'ouest05:38
- 5Sur le tard02:34
- 7Vers le nord07:53
- 8Metal Contact06:09
- 9Ama Lur Gaixoa04:20
- 10Saoul les nuages04:25
Info for Slow (The Smart Sounds of Bruit Chic)
Born from the meeting between Yoann LOUSTALOT and Julien TOUERY, active and talented musicians of the new generation of French jazz, this new quartet also highlights the captivating Eric SURMENIAN and Laurent PARIS. A friendship story above all but not that, the four musicians present here are confirmed and inspired instrumentalists.
Listening to the first notes, we realize that they were made to meet. The music, written by their pen, is of rare beauty, out of time, sincere. We are surprised to take the time to indulge in the bewitching climates that hover between impressionist jazz and chamber music. Here, the correctness of the subject prevails over the performance and singular singing unfolds brilliantly over fascinating soundscapes.
Each piece is like a universe in itself, a story in which the musicians offer a eulogy of the beautiful and the slow, like a homecoming. At a time when everything is accelerating, SLOW becomes obvious, an emergency ...
"Yoann Loustalot is like a very rare flower that, when it appears in a garden, makes all the other flowers disappear. It's not just a "beautiful sound". No, it is the sound of the soul and it is so deep and authentic that every note counts and tales. He constantly invents melodies that remain engraved in the air and in our heads. Passion, care, attention, love. I have almost never felt so close to another trumpeter before." (ENRICO RAVA)
Yoann Loustalot, trumpet, flugelhorn
Julien Touéry, piano
Eric Surménian, double bass
Laurent Paris, percussion
Recorded in live conditions at studio Gill Evans, Amiens
Recorded by Philippe Teissier du Cros
Mixed and mastered by Philippe Teissier du Cros at Studio Boxson, Paris
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