Bastille-live report! / Charles Murdoch-new talent

Charles Murdoch – Dekire feat. Oscar K. Sung (Australia)


Hi everybody!

first came across my radar last May, C. Murdoch clearly desserves a post ! “Dekire” is SO soulful.  An exciting sample of what to expect when Charles Murdoch‘s debut EP titled Weathered Straight drops this July.

His awesome downtempo and minimalistic qualities have raised interest in the likes of   Nicolas Jaar, Cashmere Cat, as he was asked by each to support them on tour…. Now we can understand why.

beautiful and magical at the same time

This is good music.



Bastille – Live report!

@ Place de la République – Paris 10/7/2013


Bastille @ Place de la République ! – Paris 10/7/2013

OUI…!   Among the many festivals currently occuring in Paris, there is one that is close to our heart, in Paris downtown,  the extraordinary setting of the Place de la République “Festival Soirs d’été”.
Bastille was warmly welcomed last night, anyway, in only a few months Bastille are become inevitable on the English (and world) scene thanks to Bad Blood, their first album, which triggered a veritable tsunami. (Evidenced by the series of concerts sold out).

Energetic, Bastille has played their songs to a amazing cheering crazy audience, very ready to party in the heat outside. They replayed the tubes from their latest album “Bad Blood”  readjusted to live with smart percussions. And some pure dynamite. Playlist included “Of The Night”, “Icarus” and “Pompeii” and not forgetting its famous “ho-ho-ho-hey-ho” overvoiced by the entire public (plus my friends and I) AHAHA.

a memorable night :)!




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