“We Ride Tonight” by Australian band The Sherbs (Perfect Pitch Publishing) has been sampled by Daft Punk in “Contact”, the closing track of their highly anticipated album, Random Access Memories. The album will be out on May 20 ; meanwhile you can listen to the original track
Posted May 02, 2013
Some stars of our catalogue will take part in the major Festival Jazz à Vienne end of June until mid-July: The Korean singer Youn Sun Nah, the American/French pianist Jacky Terrasson, French lady saxophone player Céline Bonacina, the Buena Vista Social Club that needs no introduction anywhere in the world, with Omara Portuondo and Eliades Ochoa as invitees.
Posted April 16, 2013
An absolutely brilliant concert at the Banlieues Bleues Festival in the Paris area made us discover the jazz saxophone player Sylvain Rifflet’s extraordinary interpretations of the legendary Moondog’s repertoire with his American partner Jon Irabagon, a group of 5 musicians and a choir of about 100 young singers.
Posted April 10, 2013
The Brasilian artist/composer Pierre Aderne will be opening for Melody Gardot at the prestigious Paris Olympia tonight and at two later dates. Aderne has been collaborating with jazz singers Melody Gardot and Madeleine Peyroux, amongst others, for his compositions and recordings.
Posted April 10, 2013
The French bass clarinet player Yom, a klezmer artist/composer who is very well known in France already, will have a new album with a strong electronic background out on the French label Jazz Village (distr. harmonia mundi) in the autumn in France and beginning of 2014 in many other countries. To discover his new sound, take a look: ARTE LIve Web
The year changes, and times change – more and more quickly. For us, the challenge consists in adapting ourselves to those changes and to make the best of what is on offer.
In terms of intellectual rights, the future looks doubtful – but that might well be only a temporary impression. As our friends from the record business quote and repeat: if you pay for the sandwich you buy and eat when you are hungry – why would you not pay for the music you digest? But obviously, it is not as simple as that, the reply is not straight forward, and everybody who is involved in music, film and other ...