Tuesday, 23 August 2016


"never mind the future"
Year:    2016
Country:    France
City:    Paris
Label:    Ayler
Format:    CD
Tracks:    13
Time:    56 min.
Genre:    acoustic
Style:            Jazz            Post Punk

In foutraque disc with jazz and punk (or the reverse) the bass singer in full the unique album of the Sex Pistols in the light of a situationist theory. She plays jazz "deconstructed" as we would say in a cooking show, you have recognized the very breakzit Anarchy in the U.K. interpreted here by Sarah Murcia. The bassist, arranger and singer who gets the opportunity to fully album Never Mind the Bollocks. "Regardless of the balls" does it translate crudely, the only studio album from British band released in 1977, often repeated but rarely full, and in the mess regarding the songs but also in spirit. Over the year of recovery, it is a work of reflection, dismantling this disk since as explained Sarah Murcia "Never Mind the Bollocks is a third of music, and two thirds of concepts, they political or aesthetic". Jazz punk interpretation (or vice versa) inspired by the reading of the American Greil Marcus's Lipstick Traces and a secret history of the twentieth century (Editions Allia, 1998) famous book approached Johnny Rotten of the Situationists, or Saint Just the Paris Commune as if Dada Dada had existed before, it was pepper volatile who sneeze history in Europe. Sarah Murcia, head of woman with the SC group (composed only of men: a saxophone Olivier Py (no relation to the director of the Avignon Festival, which he sometimes turns into Miss Knife) here are Gilles Coronado ( guitar) Franck Vaillant (drums), plus two guests: a pianist (Benoît Delbecq) and choreographer and singer Mark Tompkins echoing entirely fair Lydon. (*NOTE = this review was writen by Matthieu Conquet).
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