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Chaman Chomeur : Chaman Chomeur (BeCoq)

A direct translation of this band's name is "unemployed shaman", the trio of Leo Ratherius (guitar), Marc-Antonie Moercant (drums) and Thomas Cockerel (bass) use trance-like rhythms to build sonic progressions like cathartic rituals, alongside open-minded improvisations.
 

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Leo Ratherius-guitar

Marc-Antoine Moercant-drums

Thomas Cockerel-bass


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Label: BeCoq
Catalog ID: Becoq26
Squidco Product Code: 22211

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: France
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at the Lock Groove between June and November 2015 by Nicolas Balduyck.

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A direct translation of this band's name is "unemployed shaman", the trio of Leo Ratherius (guitar), Marc-Antonie Moercant (drums) and Thomas Cockerel (bass) use trance-like rhythms to build sonic progressions like cathartic rituals, alongside open-minded improvisations.


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1. Hachis d'ane Halal 05:04 2. Nostalgie du RMI 15:35 3. Chomagique 10:10

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Improvised Music
Rock and Related
Improvised Rock
Trio Recordings
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms

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