Session as part of the Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris.
Programmed by Yves-Marie Mahé and the Collectif Négatif
The stars of the song have impregnated the imagination of many of us, what remains of them? A selection of political films that hijack the French song and a concert by two projects of the International Triple Alliance of the East: Delacave (gloomy wave - new four-piece band) and Cachette à branlette (tropical disco).
Boris Du Boullay
Founded in 2008 by Seb Normal and Lily Pourrie, Delacave’s music caresses you to better shake you up. Recently increased by two new members: Quentin (from the band Sida) on drums and Cheb Samir (member of many GTAIE bands: trans upper egypt, capputtinii lignu, the normals, crack und ultra eczema, etc…) on guitar, Delacave is now a gloomy quartet with dark tones swinging on rhythms that ride. The border between unhealthy thought and lascivious nightmare becomes thin. And it is in this crack that Lily Pourrie’s feverish and breathless voice, Seb Normal’s gloomy and heady keyboard melodies, and the disobedient lines of a two-string bass make you fall. You will dance in the throes of a sweet and impure dream.
Cachette À Branlette
Cachette À Branlette is the analo-tropicalo-disco project of Florian Steiner - also master on board of Unas. “Hitherto hidden improvised scores of the nonetheless bare Unas (animal and expiatory phenomenon from the east…). In the antechamber of possession, the mind already expands between electronic vapors and Sunday complaints…enough to melt a pajama.”