released in France by Martingale
(France 2006 · 11 · 02 )
“"Sandy Mouche ..."and poems for the unborn" was released in France by Martingale.”
On 4th November 2006 there was a "Nudie Cafe Party" at Cafe Pause in Tokyo (2-14-12-1F Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo). Contributors were Hideki Kaji, Embee, Hird, Hej Musik, and Marc Xavier LeBlanc (Bones), and all music was 100% Swedish.
Jean Snow, a Tokyo-based writer, is the gallery manager of Cafe Pause (access), and produces events and parties there as well. The cafe is also home to the PauseTalk series of monthly talk events, aiming to create a forum where Tokyo-based creatives can get together and discuss their own projects, as well as cultural currents of the city. The cafe has its own site, and its own blog as well (in Japanese).
I didn't actually dj at the event in Tokyo ... but i did make 5 mixes for the event and they ended up using 3 of the 5 mixes during the exhibit and which played during the entire exhibit. 1 of the mixes had a track (The moon is a grain of sand) by Helena Josefsson from the forthcoming album and i also put a Sandy Mouche song (Une histoire) on one of the other mixes that wasn't used.
I've been a fan of Sandy Mouche for quite a few years (from 2003 almost) and also did a little interview with them on the www.itsatrap.com website which talks about scandinavian music in general. Here is the link to the "20 questions I had with Sandy Mouche" back in 2004. I hope you enjoy.
Always in photo and music,
host of (((la photo sonore))) radio show
and dj of ((Indie Pop Night)) events
... moncton nb canada