Here’s our Weekly Rewind on Dust of Music and we’ve got a lot to say to you! This week has been rich in line-up announcements, records and news. Let’s dive into this!
Once again weekend went too fast and here we are back in front of our computers waiting for Friday. Hold on, we’re here and we prepared our traditional Playlist of the week on Dust of Music !
On Dust of Music, we’re back each week with the news coming from the musical world.
St. Vincent had already won our love last year with her album Masseduction. It was indeed rich in personality, colours and music, which had granted it a place on our shelves. Today, the artist is releasing a revamped version of her album, MassEducation. How does it compare, and how does it stand on its own?
The trio Mini Mansions was in Paris recently to promote their latest opus, Works Every Time. A musical comeback that was long awaited for a group that had to juggle tours, creativity and multiple identities.
Bright Light Bright Light is this enigma in the pop music universe of whom I am a fan. With strong, colourful aesthetics, retro sounds and a fabulous sensitivity, he won us over. The artist came to Paris, at La Boule Noire, in order to promote his new EP called “Tough Love“.
There’s nothing best than spending your evenings in front of a fire, under a duvet while listening to a good record. October is here to bring you some great records and here’s our list!
Last week, British band Slaves was visiting our capital to promote their third album Acts of Fear And Love. I had the chance to talk with Isaac Holman, singer and drummer of the punk duo. Admiring Slaves since their beginning, it was a real honour to ask musical questions but also more personal ones to learn more about them and their vision of music, as well as the world, in a general way.