Influences: Siobhan Fahey
- My self-released debut album is Manimal, a real low-fi album of definitive raw rock/blues entirely recorded and mixed in a bedroom with an old four tracks tape recorder in Berlin. Only the song "Emily" was recorded in a studio in Bruxelles. The eleven mono tracks resonate stereo massively as a noisy huge traffic jam starting in the Los Angeles of Ry Cooder and Captain Beefheart passing thru Iggy’s jugular and the glam of Bowie to finally get in the middle of Fela’s Kalakuta Republic. There are trumpets, saxophones and flutes, bottlenecks and broken glasses. The entire album is a powerful drawing of a low-fi blues manifesto.
- Previously I worked with Hugo Race & True Spirit.
- In 2017 I collaborate with Arthur Ahbez for his new release, playing baritone saxophone.
- In December 2017 I release my new album titled one night stand, an art-rock album, a kaleidoscopic attitude of metal flourishing. One night stand is released by Seahorse Recordings, distributed by Audioglobe, published by New Model Label.