The new Video is out ! Made by an all international women team ! With a dance created, performed and filmed by Inko Di Ö from France, video edited by Nina Dillenz from Austria, and mask designed by Zuhui Ghang from South Korea.
There are two versions to this track, one in color, one in black and white.
Djang San and Djang San + Band will be touring in October in Taiwan and play at the Taichung International Jazz Festival and the Taipei World Music Festival with Nicolas Mège on drums and Pierre Billard on bass, don’t miss this !
“What You Want”, recorded with Carlo V.Fuentes on drums and Clancy Lehtbridge on bass, two exceptional musicians from California and Australia, goes once more further into the use of electric zhongruan and electric pipa, both designed by French musician Djang San, pushing those two Chinese classical music instruments again beyond their supposed limits into more musical styles.
Djang San + Band pushed this time into funk with songs like “What You Want” and “Rainbow Machine”, progressive rock with songs like “Lava” and “Monster Following Me”, psychedelic rock “Beloved Monster”, punk “Emotional Blackmail”, and pop “Tron”.
The band, also keeps on exploring World Music in a different way with such tracks as “Sakura’s Bolero” inspired by Ravel’s Bolero and mixed with famous Japanese classical music theme Sakura, and “Asian Flower”, which also brings some electronic music ideas into the mix.
Cigarettes, Bricks, Dust, Alcohol by Djang San
“Cigarettes-Dust-Bricks-Alcohol” was recorded by Djang San in Beijing from January to July 2017.
99% of the music on the album was recorded with Djang San playing all instruments including drums, bass, guitar, electric zhongruan, electric pipa, keyboard, vocals etc.
The album is divided in 4 parts, each part representing an impression of life in the capital of the most populated country in the world.
The albums are mainly instrumental and experimental at times, also gathering field recordings made here and there in the last few months.
For best comfort in the experience, please listen to the 4 parts individually and one day after another, but not all at once.