Welcome to the Trans-Europe non-Express. My listening is more towards real instruments rather than the synthy days of the Trance-Europe Express.
Every album is conceived as a musical road-movie between Paris, Moscow and Istanbul. L’Attirail’s music throws a bridge between two opposite worlds: country life and big cities, fast and slow progress, the Eastern and Western European countries, tradition and modernity, reality and dream…
I’m sure it’ll divide opinions. Like a novel, doesn’t need to be consumed all in one sitting. If I were driving, it’d be in the car.
The Rootsworld review of an earlier album helps sketch the territory.
We’re left giddy and drunk, stumbling down the street, where accordionists beckon from cafés and people conduct their secret business.
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