Gilles Dewalque

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Glass Museum

Music Jazz, Electronic/Live Belgium

A drummer and a pianist – that is all you need to form a contemporary jazz duo. Anyway, Martin Grégoire and Antoine Flipo understand all emotions that music enables. Plus, they breathtakingly cross genres in jazz, classical, electro and rock. A melodic and rhythmic revelation that, because it remains instrumental, opens up space for associations.

Simply “Deux” is the title of the current EP. The duo from the Belgien Tournai created six gentle, melodious songs that could easily adorn a movie's closing credits. The fast-paced “Shadow’s Faces”, for example, is infatuated with piano runs reminiscent of Yann Tiersen. “Tribal Coffee” could end every thriller movie. The two musicians do not conceal influences by modern jazz musicians like Gogo Penguin or Mouse On The Keys. Instead they create something very special out of it. Their sounds are often lyrical and melancholic, but always dynamic.

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Currently the band is looking for the following representation:

  • Booking: everywhere excluced Benelux, France, GSA,

  • Label: open to discussions

  • Publishing: open to discussions


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