After a four-month trip to the United States which greatly inspired him, Arthur B Gillette (Moriarty’s guitarist) who then became Mick Strauss, comes back with a head full of ideas and field recordings of personal encounters or natural sounds he incorporated into Southern Wave.
Southern Wave is an album of wandering, between the great lakes and the synthetic metropolises, between the blues, the cold wave and the post punk, partly as a mirror image of America that Mick Strauss traveled, the America which fascinates him.
A true character out of time and so current, Mick Strauss is not afraid of the stage. It is even his place of expression. It is there that he exists, that he offers us his dark but energetic musical universe, sometimes melancholy, always dynamic and percussive. A unique sound world as much as its aesthetic universe on stage which contrasts with the darkness of our world to propose to extract its fluorescent and colored annexes, to remove all the interstices of freedom.
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