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Cartouche, Je Trahirai Demain CD

Cartouche, Je Trahirai Demain CD

Parisian feminist hardcore punk crew.

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Since 2005, the cartouche has been spreading its positive rage in France, Germany, Poland, Austria, Serbia, Hungary, Belgium, in clubs, squats, jugendzentrums, etc. , Sharing with the audience the emotion and fury of the Vidnish Gypsy Singers' Song (in Yiddish), Marianne Cohn's desperate and combative verses, and all the other lost words and chords of the group. After a first album, recorded in London, with punk eighties intonations (Blondie, Clash, etc), for the second album "A corps perdu", Lucas Chauvières from the studio Soyouz (Paris) gave the band more sound power to the 11 Songs from the album. In June 2014, The group released its third album, "Bread & Roses", recorded at the Studioscope in Angers by Cali. The 10 days spent with him and his work have further evolved the sound. The melodies are sometimes more melancholy and other times more furious. The killing of animals, exile, the time which is passing, friendships that will last forever, violence against women, exploitation of their bodies and their work; 9 years have passed and the Cartouche group is still inhabited by the desire to share his music and his convictions. Pieces of life, songs of resistance, mostly interpreted by a female voice, the French band Cartouche disseminate since few years, his positive rage in France, Germany, Poland, Serbia, Hungary, Belgium, in clubs, squats, jugendzentrums, etc. , (In Yiddish), the verses full of desperation and fighting spirit from Marianne Cohn and all the other words and chords from the band. After the first opus, with the punk intonations from the eighties, for the second album "A corps perdu", Lucas Chauvières from the studio Soyouz (Paris) to the eleven songs of the album. In june 2014, the third album, "Bread & Roses" came out, recorded at the Studioscope in Angers, by Cali. The 10 days spent with him and his work, made the sound to develop. The melodies are sometimes more melancholicand some more, more angry. The murder of animals, the exile, the time which goes on and the friendship which never end up, The violence against women and their exploitation of their work; 9 years after, the band Cartouche is still undecided by the desire to share music and convictions.

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