Bristol

Bristol

KW034
Release Notes
  • Fourteen tracks taken from or inspired by the trip hop era and reworked in a 1960s film soundtrack style
  • Reinterpretations include ‘Roads’ by Portishead, ‘Overcome’ by Tricky, ‘No Justice’ by Smith & Mighty, ‘Safe From Harm’ by Massive Attack and ‘All Is Full Of Love’ by Bjork

Released on the 13th of April 2015, “Bristol” is the debut album of Nouvelle Vague co-producer Marc Collin’s new project. It features fourteen tracks taken from or inspired by the trip-hop era and reworked in a 1960s film soundtrack style, injecting some inherent French finesse along the way.

Reinterpretations include ‘Roads’ by Portishead, ‘Overcome’ by Tricky, ‘No Justice’ by Smith & Mighty, ‘Safe From Harm’ by Massive Attack and ‘All Is Full Of Love’ by Bjork. As with Nouvelle Vague, they are sung by a selection of talented young French singers, including Yasmine Hamdan who featured on the soundtrack for Jim Jamusch’s film ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’."