Keyboardist Paul Brousseau leads us to the world of jazz-rock with his very electric quintet, but, typical to him, does so via his own routes and from a strange angle. Tarkovski-like mysticism, industrialism created with real instruments, and blurring the border between composed material and improvisation play big roles in this intense music.
”Several years I have felt a need to explore the innards of rock imrovisation and progressive music in order to compose music that’s influenced by the 60’s acid rock and the vulgarly named jazz-rock”, Brousseau explains. ”On the other hand, I’m just as influenced by more contemporary players, like Marc Ducret, and the Belgian band AKA Moon, though I don’t try to go in the same direction.”
Exceptionally in Pori the band’s guitarist will be France’s most famous axe man Marc Ducret instead of the regular Maxime Delpierre.