Brûlez Les Meubles – Brûlez Les Meubles (2018/2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/48kHz]

(Last Updated On: September 13, 2022)

Brûlez Les Meubles – Brûlez Les Meubles (2018/2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 37:50 minutes | 429 MB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Atypeek Diffusion – Circum-Disc

The trio Brûlez les meubles (« Burn the furniture ») is the meeting of three musicians with very different paths around the desire to create a jazz guitar trio that is oblique in the history of the genre. Nourishing aesthetic filiations with many precursors, from Jim Hall to Sonny Sharrock via Abercrombie or Bill Frisell, the trio stands out by a marked indifference to the habitual harmonic progress of jazz as for the repetitive movements and prefers melodic lines with indefinite harmony (harmolodie?) and incisive riffs.

Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière is a guitarist and bachelor of music at the Université of Sherbrooke. On the 7-string guitar, he cradles as much as he cuts through in an assumed creative gesture and delivers his riffs in a jovial spirit of last night on earth. He is part of the jazz / rock group Gisèle who has released two albums and made several shows throughout the province. He has performed in various improvised music contexts with different backgrounds. He has been part of the Atypical dance collective as a musician / composer and performs solo regularly.

Éric Normand is an improviser, bassist, composer, singer and lyricist, instrument designer and producer of records and concerts. He defines himself as an epidisciplinary artist, a free electron animated by the spirit of the encounter, by the defense of freedom and the spirit of co-creation. He lives in a far area in Rimouski, Quebec, and is the Artistic Director of Tour de Bras, an organization dedicated to improvisation music. For the last ten years, he has also directed a large improvisers orchestra (GGRIL). Improviser, Eric invents a personal and radical language. Equipping his bass with an electronic paraphernalia made by himself, he forces himself to reinvent instrumental gestures. He becomes a tamer of electricity who, by precise and light gestures, cultivates a refined chamber bruitism, but always at the edge of the ravine. He favors duets and trios with Xavier Charles, Philippe Lauzier, Jim Denley, Pierre-Yves Martel, Martin Tétreault, in addition to many impromptu meetings.

Louis-Vincent Hamel is one of the most popular young drummers on the Quebec jazz scene. He has been heard alongside Yannick Rieu, Samuel Blais, Gentiane MG, Gabrielle Shonk and many other musicians. In addition to playing regularly in Montreal, he has toured extensively in Quebec, Europe and Asia.

1. Brûlez Les Meubles – L’affaire digitale (03:48)
2. Brûlez Les Meubles – Le bonheur (04:51)
3. Brûlez Les Meubles – Éminence (07:09)
4. Brûlez Les Meubles – Hypothèse (02:14)
5. Brûlez Les Meubles – Chaîne de Montagnes (05:55)
6. Brûlez Les Meubles – Lacet Défait (03:40)
7. Brûlez Les Meubles – L’Addition des Sommets (10:11)


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