supported by 9 fans who also own “Jongleries Élastiques (Elastic Juggling)”
I was losing hope in finding new music that I would like. This was very pleasantly refreshing.
Richard Larcombe's guitar work is great, love the atmospheres, which are somewhat dark at least to my ears - in spite of the funny lyrics, which without a booklet I unfortunately cannot fully appreciate, not being a native speaker and not having the best English listening skills.
They instantly became one of my favorite bands. Gold. ale38
supported by 8 fans who also own “Jongleries Élastiques (Elastic Juggling)”
Some things in this world are just depressingly incredible. Piniol's Bran Coucou is certainly one of those things. Packed to the brim with restless brilliance, and a compositional focus that inspires and beguiles. Charlie Anderson
supported by 6 fans who also own “Jongleries Élastiques (Elastic Juggling)”
I first heard this band from Alsace 8 years ago in concert at Le Triton (twice) and loved them so much I bought a demo CD to support work on their 1st album, which quickly became a favourite. Here again, top-quality fun jazzy prog with unusual instrumentation (they include a harpist). Live, they are great fun too, with a man who sometime plays trombone and glockenspiel at the same time. Hints of Zappa, Gong, RIO, classical and film music. Fantastic! Tom Landon