Something like 100 years ago, composer Hervé Gilles and Gilles Snowcat not only created the longest lasting confusion of the Awaken world (“how come Gilles can be a first and a last name? Who is who? Are they the same person?”), but also recorded a tune that would be on the then-new now-collector “Party In Lyceum’s Toilets”.
If you want to hear what good a real composer is able to do to your ears, “First Day” is obviously for you.
Hakim Rahmouni and Irène Csordas, the lads you hear every morning when you play your copy of “Mokomoko Collection”, also have a serious job: they co-lead the Narcotic Daffodils with a bunch of more or less grumpy instrumentists.
And that band just left the cosy studio with a brand new thing called “Cellex”, which is not related to the famous anti-aging skin care company, as far as we know.
Franck Carducci hasn’t played with Gilles Snowcat yet, and may never do so, but both have a common ground under the name of Nicolas ‘Nicozark’ Leroy, who plays on both “Mokomoko Collection” from GS and “Oddity” from FC.
The news here is that Carducci will stop in Belgium with his band to perform “Oddity” and other oddities on Saturday the 22nd of February. Here are the tour dates:
21/02/2014 (20:00): L’Antipode, Paris [France]. Info.
22/02/2014 (20:30): La Chapelle, Mons [Belgium]. Info.
23/02/2014 (15:00): ‘t Blok, Rotterdam [Netherlands]. Info.
13/03/2014 (21:00): Le Brin de Zinc, Chambery [France]. Info.
12/06/2014 (21:00): Satellit cafe, Roanne [France]
And last but surely not least, the volume 21 of the Video News from it’s Oh! MUSIC has just been released, featuring Ayaka, Armelle LC, Narcotic Daffodils and yours truly.