Europeana: worldly CD launched by Brussels collective
Ticket in presale + new CD = €25 and you then receive the CD on the night of the concert.
Is this mestizo, or suchlike? You can call it that, but be sure to add a good portion of Balkan sounds and a healthy groove too. No guitars, but plenty of languages, and so are rightly Brussels’ 'present-day kick-ass roots' pride. Their own label and stable is also called 'Choux de Bruxelles' too. So, from now on, their music style may simply be known as Europeana.
A year and a half after the release of their collector’s album and the associated box '20sth' (a career overview of around about 20 years, with 8 albums), and almost five years after their previous studio album 'ROUTES', Jaune Toujours announces the release of a new album: Europeana.
The previous album brought Jaune Toujours quite a bit of international recognition, including live sessions BBC Radio and a series of concerts in Burkina Faso. On this album the 'musiciens sans frontières' of Jaune Toujours take another great musical leap forwards.
More of that, please. Or, as could be read in MAD/Le Soir: 'mix de chanson française et de fanfare, d’engagement social, d’humour et de bonne humeur énergissante.'