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Killerrr Night #3: Dualesque “Fix It” Album Release Party
5 years ago

Killerrr Night #3: Dualesque “Fix It” Album Release Party

Killerrr Night #3: Dualesque “Fix It” Album Release Party DUALESQUE

(Live / Killerrrec) “Fix It” Album Release Party For the past couple of years the two have locked themselves away …
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Win 1×2 Free Tickets for Mary Ocher Release Party at Urban Spree
7 years ago

Win 1×2 Free Tickets for Mary Ocher Release Party at Urban Spree

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Mary Ocher proudly invites you to the Release Party of her new album “EDEN” officially out on the 14th of June at Urban Spree.

▬Special surprise guests of Mary’s favorites
▬The new album will be available for an exclusive pre-sale on CD/vinyl
▬Exclusive screening of some of the new (and unreleased) music videos
▬ LISTS installation, an inside look into the mind of a full-time freelance artist.
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Interview with La Chatte
7 years ago

Interview with La Chatte

By  •  Music, Interviews

Hello La Chatte. Thank you for your time. Would be so kind as to introduce yourselves individually and explain your part in the band?

Vava: My name is Vava Dudu as in French “Ca Va”. I’m the singer and writer..

Stephane: I am an artist and musician. I compose and perform the electronic parts and beats of La Chatte.

Nikolu: Hi! I’m the guitarist!

“Bastet” is an interesting album mixed with soundscapes, jerky synths and almost animalistic vocal arrangements. When listening to it, I felt like I was in a fantasy world run by haughty cats and nintendo characters. What can we expect from your next album “Crash Ocean”

V: I expect to give a Tsunami of love all over the world.

N: “Bastet” was our “black” thing…. “Crash Océan” is our blue one!

S: “Bastet” was a collection of titles that we experienced on stage for many years. The sources of sound and inspiration were very diverse. “Crash Ocean” on the contrary was composed and recorded in a much shorter time. It is more condensed, but still very rough and epidermic. Most of the songs came out from improvisations during a stay of Vava and Nikolu at my place in Berlin, with very few material. A beat box and a line of synth, a guitar and a great quantity of white wine. Some of the songs were made in just one take. Blue synthetic tears on waving crystalline furs… That’s how I see the songs of this album.
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