Going for a turbo-charged, highly proficient method of the accordion, Regis Gisavo has taken excitement towards the music of Madagascar. Accompanied from the percussive rhythms of his longtime collaborator David Mirandon, Gisavo has generated a lively dance music that includes components of Portuguese and South African music aswell as the present day tsapiky music well-liked by southern Malagasy electrical bands. Inside a explanation of Gizavy’s music, Rootworld published, “a mixture of designs from around southern Africa, strapped down origins music that, while obviously intending to become “pop,” hangs to the resources for dear existence.” Elevated in a family group of 13 kids, Gisavo was fascinated with the accordion at an extremely early age. Although he attemptedto play his father’s melodeon at age six, he was discouraged by his dad who favored that he focus on assignment work. Although he in the beginning succumbed to his father’s desires and attended university or college, Gisavo stayed attracted to music. After using some amateur rings, he still left his academic research behind to execute with Malagasy pop vocalist Landy and an organization offering guitarist D’Gary. Shifting to Paris in 1990, Gisavo became a member of a jazz music group, Boho Combo. Putting first and earning a large amount of cash in the RFI Decouvertes Competition, he bought his initial accordion of his very own. After performing being a sideman for Manu Dibango, Ray Lema, and los Tetes Brulees, Gisavo became a member of a Corsica-based music group, I Muvrini. Soon after performing with an record by D’Gary, Gisavo agreed upon a recording agreement with French label Indigo/Label Bleu. His debut record, Mikea, premiered in 1997.