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20/07/2020 - 10:30
This makes for a very interesting first EP, definitely worth checking out live

Nicolas Van Belle wrote a very nice 3'Ain review for Luminous Dash Musiczine.
Check out his review (in Dutch) on their website.

15/07/2020 - 16:45

3'Ain newsflash at Musiczine.net.
Check it out here!

15/07/2020 - 15:45

Big thanks to Concert Monkey for featuring the new 3'Ain EP!
Check out concertmonkey.be to read their feature. 

24/06/2020 - 11:45
You may be pleasantly surprised!

The highly influential Jazz blog 'Bebop Spoken Here' honoured us with the first 3'Ain review from the UK.
Have a look at their website!

12/06/2020 - 11:45
Of the best that came from Ostend since Sexual Healing

Jordi De Beule wrote the first review of our EP for Jazz & Mo'

"Anyone who has listened to Khaltoum by Ibrahim Maalouf in a loop by now, will surely enjoy the Middle Eastern jazz of 3'Ain. For what a pleasure it is to hear the Syrian trumpeter Yamen Martini!
In 2015 he arrived in Belgium and there he quickly crossed the path of Piet Maris. Since then, the two have worked together several times and when the opportunity arose for a residency in the Ostend arts workshop O.666, they immediately drummed up Otto Kint.
The result is an EP full of atmosphere.

Inspired by the view of the harbour, the opening song, originally written for a short film, gets a firm dose of sailor's grief. And also other songs are often drawn by what the Portuguese call so beautifully saudade.
The boats after which songs like Njord Puffin are named, you can almost hear them creaking and you can see them sailing towards the wide sea - giving and taking.

Thanks to a flawless recording, we get all the subtleties of the interplay of this trio: the full bass sound of Kint, the swelling and dying movements of Maris, the copper breath of Martini. How the latter pierces the silence, at times even reminds us of Soleá by Miles Davis, to name a big shot.

Of the best that came from Ostend since Sexual Healing."

Read the review (in Dutch) on the Jazz&Mo' website

03/11/2019 - 14:30

Some advice by our singer & accordion player Piet Maris for a nice Sunday in his beloved Brussels.
In the latest edition of De Zondag.

Discover his tips (in Dutch) by clicking the link on the right.
 

24/09/2019 - 11:30
The entertaining music is full of vitality and dynamism, propulsive, lively, and despite some twisted time signatures, as in "Refugees Welcome" (7/8), always dancing, the feet never want to remain motionless, the body swings all the time.

Nothing better to start the week then an enthousiast review:

The entertaining music is full of vitality and dynamism, propulsive, lively, and despite some twisted time signatures, as in "Refugees Welcome" (7/8),  always dancing, the feet never want to remain motionless, the body swings all the time.

Their lyrics, written in a wild mixture of English, Dutch and French, are intelligent, poetic and demonstrate a sincere social commitment.

The crazy horns, crisp grooves and unbounded enthusiasm by the six first-class musicians are fun, the mix of punchy acoustic music somewhere between ska, polka and Balkans-Brass with peppered lyrics ignites from the first song.

"Europeana'' is a great album.

Written by Guntmar Feuerstein in the German Folkmagazin.

18/08/2019 - 16:45
Jaune Toujours hat sich längst zur international renommierten Kultband gemausert, die das Publikum auch jenseits von Weltmusikfestivals begeistert

Michaela Reh wrote a small review for Boyens Medien about the Frequenzen-Festival in Meldorf (Germany) where Jaune Toujours made young and old shake their tailfeathers.

Read her full review (in German) by clicking the link to the right.

Seelenfänger made some nice pictures, check them out below!

 

14/05/2019 - 12:00

Jaune Toujours has been featured in the May/June issue of RnR Magazine!
Robb Johnson had a short talk with singer Piet Maris about Jaune Toujours' latest EUROPEANA.

Read the full interview here or by clicking the link in the right column!
 

10/05/2019 - 14:30

Pieter Wijnstekers gave Jaune Toujours' latest album Europeana a 3.5 star review in the May/June edition of Dutch music magazine Heaven.
Read the full review (in Dutch) by clicking the link on the right side.