About the dandies in pop-music, by Michel Catalo : "But it is they who use with elegance and humor, with class our motifs of despair and evident fatigue to craft something that resembles the forms they employ, that is something elegant, smiling, a little desperate and classy. I am actually talking a lot more about dandies than about decadent authors. Julien, you're a dandy and I like it."
"Cerf, Biche & Faon" by Julien Gasc, first solo album of a member of Aquaserge. He played with Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Philippe Katerine, April March, Bertrand Burgalat, Hyperclean, Holden, Momotte,... Recorded on a 4-track cassette recorder, "Cerf, Biche et Faon" has some of the elements of the future classic album to be reedited in 20 years time. Because it grows out of format, completely outsider, very personal and incredibly universal. A high fidelity lo-fi album.
"What I tried to achieve for the album was to record every track directly, from the beginning to the end of the song, one-shots, one-takes, to keep the crudest spurts, I wanted to do as little editing as possible".
Enregistré entre printemps 2012 et janvier 2013 - Electric Mami Studio
Toutes les chansons écrites, composées par Julien Gasc à l'exception de
Nos deux corps sont en toi - Marguerite de Valois/ Julien Gasc & Benjamin Glibert
Ensemble - Julien Gasc & Eddy Crampes/Harry Nilsson
Hullo - Catherine Hershey & Julien Gasc/Julien Gasc
Angy Laperdrix - Moonstation
Rémi Salvador - Climax Mastering
Photo couverture: Julie Guez
Fusain sur toile au second plan de la photo: "Night Study of Athens Georgia" par Matthew St Charles Bartolomeo Gribbon
Oeuvre visuelle: Claude Rabois & Catherine Hershey