“With titles like "Schuimkop" and "Scrambled Ensor", Ostend is completely ingrained in the record and, with some good will, you can also translate "Lacht" as the sound of a seagull skimming by. "Tango Soleil du Nord", in turn, is thoroughly Brussels and with "Mayaaze", the Flemish-Brabander suspects a translation of "“maar ja, hoor" (a Dutch expression of validation). Nobody says "hoor" here, but they do say "zenne" or "zè", but I could go completely off the mark with this. That is not at all the case with this record, which sometimes sounds dreamy and melancholic, sometimes exuberant and even almost festive. In any case: it is proven once again and to excess that we are dealing here with absolute top musicians. One more word: the artwork by Sarah Baur is particularly beautiful. but it always is....”
Thank you Rootstime.be and Dany Heyvaert for this lovely - and humorous - review!
You can read it in full (in Dutch) through Here or on the pdf document to the right.
Thank you Simon Rowland and RnR Magazine for telling us to make longer albums
You can read it in full on the pdf document to the right !
Robin Denselow gives 3 stars to 3'Ain's album Sea Of Stories!
To read the full review: click on Songlines or on the pdf document to the right.
"Their predominantly thoughtful chamber music moves between sensitive melancholy and blissful melody, takes up waltz and tango and pleases with its being indetermined, between folkloristic impression and the openness of jazz"
Thank you JAZZTHETIK Magazin for this review !
Read it on the pdf document to the right.(German)
Throwback to 15 years ago: in July 2008, Jaune Toujours toured Canada for concerts at The Vancouver Island Music Fest, South Country Fair and Calgary Folk Music Festival. During their visit to Calgary, Jaune Toujours were welcomed by radio station CKUA (acoustic concert and interview at the festival grounds in Calgary). Check the pictures and live footage: Jaune Toujours 'Aire de Rien' live on CKUA Radio!
"It's not easy to classify this special music anywhere. 3'Ain walks in the same twilight zone as the famous American Tin Hat (Trio), with all sorts of interfaces such as classical, musette, jazz and a (in this case) very small piece of folk, but above all very idiosyncratic."
Thank you MixedWorldMusic.com for this review!
Read it HERE or on the pdf document on the right. (Dutch)
Throwback to 15 years ago: in July 2008, Jaune Toujours toured Canada for concerts at The Vancouver Island Music Fest, South Country Fair and Calgary Folk Music Festival. During their visit to Calgary, Jaune Toujours were welcomed by national television station Chum (concert interview in the morning programme)
"Jaune toujours seems to be the Belgian answer to Kaizer's Orchestra"
20 years ago Jaune Toujours played the Forde Festival in Norway, as the Belgian participant, delegated by VRT Radio 1, for the EBU (European Broadcasting Union)
They caught quite some attention from the press, with an article in Bergens Tidende, a.o.
To see the full article: click on the pdf document on the right.
"Arabic melodies meet musette-like accordion sounds and contemporary jazz. "
To read the full review: click on inMusic - Rezension or view photo.