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Air Wave

Citing Jackson Pollock, Man de Maupassant, Andy Warhol, Thomas Mann, pop style, booze and frustration as their perfect influences, France quintet Air flow Wave made a melodramatic rock and roll music that took music inspiration from works as diverse as My Bloody Valentine, Kraftwerk, Trip, Green Floyd, Loop and Serge Gainsbourg. Cedric Baud (vocals/electric guitar), Skrist (electric guitar), Dav P (bass), Seb G (electric guitar) and William M (drums) forged a music that discovered its resonance in accentuated seriousness and sobriety. Tellingly, in his house nation, Baud was set alongside the Johnny Depp-played personality William Blake from Jim Jarmusch’s Deceased Man. Lots of the music over the quintet’s 2000 debut, Comme Tout Va Bien, tended towards morbidity. The monitor ‘Neuf Vies’ (Nine Lives) is approximately the death of the pet kitty while ‘LB25’ includes a mention of a Bulgarian prostitute who was simply murdered. Regarding to Baud monitors such as for example ‘Comme Tout Va Bien’ (Everything Is normally Fine) and ‘El Fond De Vague A L’Ame’ (A Influx Of Sadness) are ‘like quick shots of condition, Polaroids of our state governments of brain’. Air Influx notably contributed towards the An Evening TOGETHER WITH the Vespertine compilation (released with the Salford, England-based Vespertine label) alongside performers such as for example Gnac, Butterfly Kid, Appendix Out and Cavil. Baud created Laughing EACH DAY, the debut record by the last mentioned Leeds, England-based singer-songwriter. Following discharge of their debut, Surroundings Wave was placed on keep with Skist playing electric guitar in Klima and Dav P playing bass in Casablanca. (NB: Never to end up being confused using the Belgian trance manufacturer Airwave aka Laurent Véronnez.)

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