Horse Raddish

(Paris, Electric Klezmer) Horse Raddish moves the roots of Klezmer music, taking care to stray along side roads where crunchy rock ’n’ roll meets avant-garde and yet playful jazz .

In these times when the dissimilar is frightening, where the distant elsewhere does not arouse more desires, we, Horse Raddish, we hunt - YES - to taste greedily the nomadic music of these pariah peoples. Sometimes melancholy, sometimes furious, rich in their mix of history, love, and mixed traditions. Come and try the trip ...

"Do not ask your way to someone who knows it, you will not go astray" ... erecting this Hebrew thought manifesto, Horse Raddish moves the roots of Klezmer music taking care to get lost on cross roads where a crunchy rock’n roll and an avant-garde and yet playful jazz meet. Collective of improvisers with the pleasure of the game for only ambition, Horse Raddish has built a solid reputation on stage. A music of the heart that contaminates the body, listening and dancing, sitting or standing.

With: Cédric Chatelain: flute, soprano saxophone; Alexandre Leitao: accordion; Michel Schick: clarinet, bass clarinet; Michel Taïeb: electric guitar, singing; Simon Clavel: battery; François Puyalto: electric bass or Maxime Oudry: double bass.

With a hundred concerts since its inception in 2011, some festivals to come on the calendar, we could find the musicians around Loic Lantoine, Dominique A, Dit Terzi, Emilie Loizeau, Abd El Malik, Bal des Martine, Philippe companies Decouflaged and Oposito, Sons of the Desert ...

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