Clash between various sound elements, deviations without brutality, electrical and dreamlike sleet and discharges, Acapulco’s vibrations created their own response, overturning the initial proposal, the one of a non-conventional guitar approach, through a radical stage lighting device, where the musician’s body is immersed in new musical densities.
Julien Desprez, Guitar, Light Device
Gregory Edelein, Scénographia, Choreography
Cécile Guigny, Light Device realisation
with the partnership of LA MUSE EN CIRCUIT, LA DYNAMO DE BANLIEUES BLEUES and ARCADI
YOU surrounded by. 10 musicians.
3 screens. Inside. Happening. Space.
Hashtag. Brazil. Aggregate. Madness. YOU.
Julien Desprez: Guitar
Simon Henocq: Keyboard, Electronics, Guitar
Fanny Lasfargues: Bass
Yann Joussein: Drums
Manu Scarpa: Drums
Antoine Viard: Saxophones
Clément Edouard: Saxophone, Keyboard
Aymeric Avice: Trumpets
Romain Allard: Video Director
Jean-Pascal Retel: Live Video Performing
Emile Martin: Sound
SNaP is equidistant from Santacruz and Tokyo, the perfect place to shake the world like a cocktail.
Immediacy, breaks, cold energy, sharp and ultra-fast informations, SNaP music is instantaneously passed on to the audience and suggests a total immersion.
Sharp writing focuses on numerous references, without barriers or predetermined style.
Nothing gets built ; everything is already here, without hierarchy ; SNaP taps, slices and puts together at will
Julien Desprez, Guitare, Compositions
Clément Edouard, Claviers, Electronique
Yann Joussein, Batterie
Emile Martin, Son
It is all about sharing. It is all about the mystery. The Ritual. The moment, the stage, the music, the life.
Extreme riffs being the hub on the wheels of the Orchestra – moving it all forward and in any directions desired.
Mats Gustafsson – baritone and slide sax, conduction
Johan Berthling – el bas
Andreas Werliin – drums
Mariam Wallentin – voice
Sofia Jernberg – voice
Anna Högberg – alto sax
Mette Rasmussen – alto sax
Lotte Anker – soprano and tenor sax
Jonas Kullhammar – braithophone, slide and bass sax
Goran Kajfes – cornet and slide trumpet
Niklas Barnö – trumpet
Mats Äleklint – trombone
Per-Åke Holmlander – tuba
Hild Sofie Tafjord – french horn
Andreas Berthling – electronics
Finn Loxbo – guitar
Julien Desprez – guitar
Martin Hederos – keyboards and violin
Mads Forsby – drums and electronics
Mikael Werliin – sound
Somewhere between late 60’s rock and sound art, ABACAXI has a a heart full of candy and a skin made of spikes.
Formed by Julien Desprez, this brand new incarnation of the classic rock line up guitar/bass/drums presents an intense electric sound sculpture, carved by the rock idiom.
The trio, with Max Andrzejewski on drums/synth and Jean François Riffaud on bass, creates an highly energetic new music full of noisy brightness and sharp edges - completed by a choreography of flashlights.
Julien Desprez: Guitar
Benjamin Duboc: Double-Bass
Julien Loutelier: Percussion
Coax’ musicians got involved into this project on artistic director Yann Joussein’s initiative.
Music is inspired from sounds from the Prime Time of Ornette Coleman and from Naked City of John Zorn, which place it at borders of improvised musics, jazz, free and disco !
An atypical instrumentation
The line-up embraces a 6-musicians rhythm section (1 keyboard, 2 guitars, electric harp, bass, drums and percussions) and 2 blowing instruments in the ingenuous melodists roles in order to enhance the final rhythm scandal !
Antoine Viard : saxophone
Aymeric Avice : trompette, percussions
Julien Desprez : guitare
Simon Henocq : guitare
Romain Clerc-Renaud : claviers
Xuan Lindenmeyer : basse
Rafaëlle Rinaudo : harpe électrique
Yann Joussein : batterie, composition
WHITE DESERT ORCHESTRA
Sylvaine Hélary - flutes
Antonin-Tri Hoang - alto sax, clarinets
Benjamin Dousteyssier - tenor, bar sax
Sophie Bernado - bassoon
Eivind Lønning - trumpet
Fidel Fourneyron - trombone
Julien Desprez - electric guit
Eve Risser - piano, composition
Fanny Lasfargues - electro ac basse
Sylvain Darrifourcq - drums
Céline Grangey - sound