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EPISODE #418
SUN MORNING, 27 SEP 2020

Bison Bisou

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Curator: Anaïs G
Writer: Anaïs G
Illustrator: Anthony Dujardin

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This morning, we are in transition from remembering the warmth of our summer to the coolness of the rainy days. It’s all about fighting the outside elements with big guitar riffs, big sounds that tap and accompany the musical selection of the band Bison Bisou to warm up the atmosphere.

It is under this pretty name that he destroys the codes and creates the contrast with their music. Powerful rock to wake up your body, and your mind, Bison Bisou understands that. A soundtrack accompanying our energetic mornings running on the beach or our long summer evenings around a fire with friends.

Bison Bisou’s selection

Jenny Hval - The Great Undressing

Bison Bisou: The way Jenny Hval criticizes capitalism and sexism is so sweet and pure. This song is one of the most clever lullabies ever. Marvelous like a never-ending-wishing dream.

Girl Band - Shoulderblade

Bison Bisou: We expected a lot from Girl Band after listening to their music and watching their lives for a while.We weren’t disappointed when we saw their new video for Shoulderblade : after countless times seeing it, we still share the same weird shiver, out of some sort of post-industrial transe. It’s the ideal song to wake up on a sunday in a dying city.

Prayers - From Dog To God

Bison Bisou: 5, 6, 7, 8 in the morning. Walking to the sunrise. Music from broken-mirror smartphone invading the streets. Wondering if you’re a god or a dog, the party was raw. You’re alone in this world like the sun in our solar system.

MailTape’s selection

Bison Bisou – Peaches Forever

Anaïs G: Pain & Pleasure”, released last October, is an album that accompanied me this winter and again throughout this confinement, during these two months. I didn’t think I’d be so turned on by their music, so it was hard for me to choose just one song among the eleven, but I set my heart on Peaches Forever, which represents perfection! Sweet and energetic moments, for a Sunday morning in subdued tones!

Hidden Fees – So What

Anaïs G: A band straight out of New York, with an old school song with tunes by Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones. Sunny and motivating to attack the week ahead!

Mama’s Gun – Shield & Shelter

Anaïs G: During the auditions for “Les Inouis du Printemps de Bourges” last year at the CCM John Lennon in Limoges, I discovered a band with incredible energy and a crazy universe, Mama’s Gun. A crush that I share here!

Map of Africa – Bone

Anaïs G: Sometimes I come across nuggets, and the Map of Africa group is one of them. A perfect sound with a touch of blues, a somewhat wandered voice and a somewhat sexy mood in the use of guitars that transcends us!

That’s all for this morning! Thank you so much for listening with us. Thank you to Bison Bisoufor this selection, and to Anthony Dujardin for this episode’s fantastic illustration.

Anaïs G.

Humans behind episode #418 🤗

Curator: Anaïs G
Writer: Anaïs G
Illustrator: Anthony Dujardin

Fresh music selected without compromises, since 2011 💎

MailTape is a nonprofit art collective run by volunteers united by their love for music. We are committed to offering an experience that respects you: ethical design, 100% human curation, no ads, no external trackers.

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