Anakronic

It all started in 2005, when Mikaël Charry crosses the road of David Krakauer, and his man-machine So Called during a master class: the remixes of the young manipulator of sounds, dub style and new ideas, seem to please. At the time, the one who is also guitarist and keyboardist begins to dig his own way, after having worked in the free parties, with the collective Knobz, and in a “gypsy punk” band, Elektric Geisha.

“That’s how Anakronic was born.” (…) “We start from revisited klezmer to go to the totally reinvented klezmer, from melodic to more abstract. Each track is an opportunity to try and innovate.”

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