Entertainment Marquis is no longer Sade and releases "Aurora", his new album
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In mourning their singer Philippe Pascal, the three members of the legendary group from Rennes have changed their names. They publish, this Friday, February 5, Aurora, an album where they reinvent themselves without drawing a line on the past.
September 2019,, kills himself. The news creates as the group, legend of Rennes rock of the late 1970s, had returned, since 2017, to the front of the stage, carried by concerts with vitality and intensity intact.
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A new record was even on the rails. "Philippe told me that he was ready to continue, especially for new titles", remembers guitarist Frank Darcel.
With Thierry Alexandre (bass) and Éric Morinière (drums), the question arises: should we stop everything? “We knew very well that if we put the hard drives in the trash, we would stop the music for good. "
Because there have already been mockups, recording sessions in the United States with guitarists Ivan Julian and Richard Lloyd, New York punk heroes, and saxophonist James Chance.
Because sketches of songs exist, fed for some by the indications of Philippe Pascal: “He wanted a song with rhythmic breaks. Rather than looking back, we decided to write this song that became Glorie. »
"I want to be free": Pascal Obispo launches his "music house" via his own application
© Dominique Gau At 56 years old, the French artist sets himself a new musical challenge. He wanted to be free to create as he wanted, as much as he wanted. Innovative, the singer is the first French artist to create his musical application. Pascal Obispo is quite a number. Fan of rock, in particular of the Rennes scene of the years 1970-1980 - thus of Marquis de Sade - he was successful in variety.
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After a few months of hesitation, Marquis de Sade resumed the path of the studios, with the support of Christian Dargelos and Sergeï Papaïl, present on one track of the album, historical members of the group, of saxophonist Daniel Pabœuf, who played on the first two albums of Marquis de Sade and, inevitably, Etienne Daho, whose history is linked to group: “The fact that they gave us their support was very important. We knew it would be hard, Étienne had warned me that we would be judged if we continued ... "
Other voices - Dutchman Dirk Polak, Marina Keltchewsky from Tchewsky & Wood - come to give shape to the songs. The group thus thinks of calling on several guests to finish the disc. And then the Belgian musician Ad Comminato, who plays keyboards on the disc, slips to Frank Darcel the name of a young Belgian singer whom he knows, Simon Mahieu.
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A record "full of scars"
Music is sent to him, he puts his voice on it. It works ! “From there we decided to start a band with Simon..
Simon Mahieu had never heard of the group before, his voice offers Aurora unity. This 32-year-old Flemish brings new freshness to an record "full of scars", as Frank Darcel himself says.
An album whose recording spans three years, from Rennes to New York via Amsterdam, Brussels and Finistère, in the midst of a pandemic ... A record which mobilized twenty-four musicians, which also expresses itself in French as well as in English, German or Portuguese. A nested work, both homage and new departure, which surprises before seducing.An astonishing vitality
The shadow of Philippe Pascal accompanies Aurora: in I will not write more so often, the tribute song by Etienne Daho, in the themes addressed (European obsession, disappointed hopes), in Le voyage d 'Andrea, this instrumental that ends the record and over which his absent voice seems to hover.
That ofalso sends a thrill to Ocean, a beautiful cover of Velvet Underground. But the record does not sink into pathos. On the contrary.
Despite the hardships, Marquis keeps an astonishing vitality, in his unstoppable rhythm, his aggressive guitars, this perfectly controlled post-punk sound.
With Aurora, one story begins, another ends without Marquis putting an end to it. After remaining in suspense, the group now hopes to tour. Several concerts are already scheduled. Frank Darcel even mentions the United States. “Marquis de Sade in New York, Philippe dreamed of it. I really care. Who knows… ”
Aurora, Caroline distribution / Universal. 13 tracks, 44 min.
Colorado Police Had No Legal Standing to Stop Elijah McClain: Independent Report .
The Aurora, Colorado, police officers who stopped Elijah McClain as he was was walking home from a convenience store—and then put him in a carotid hold in which he repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe before injecting him with ketamine—did not have any legal basis for the August 2019 altercation, an independent investigation has concluded. The 157-page report, commissioned by the City of Aurora after McClain’s death drew worldwide condemnation, offered stunning details into the countless missteps involved in the 23-year-old Black massage therapist’s death.