Noze

“Come With Us”

CCCD017 scanZoom inLabelCircus Company
Cat. No.CCCD017
FormatEXCL2CDA
Orders fromMon, 11 May 2015
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Review

Tracklist 2x CD: 01. I Need To Know feat. Dani Siciliano 02. Perdre Son me 03. Apache 04. Teardrops 05. The Crab Dance 06. Saint 07. Cherry Trees 08. Come With Me feat. JAW 09. Holding You 10. Supernova Bonus CD: 01. Perdre Son me (Nze remix) 02. I Need To Know feat. Dani Siciliano (Nze remix) 03. Come With Me feat. JAW (Nze remix) 04. Teardrops (Nze remix) 05. Apache (Nze remix) 06. Saint (Nze remix) 07. The Crab Dance (Nze remix) 08. Supernova (Nze remix) 09. Holding You (Nze remix) 10. Cherry Tree (Nze remix) infos: Four years since they released Dring, Nze are making a very welcome return to Circus Company with their fifth album Come With Us, and once again the pairing of Nicolas Sfintescu and Ezechiel Pailhes has yielded a collection of captivating and curious songs that could only come from the unique sound world they inhabit. As has been evident throughout their career from their early experimental house days through to the more recent song-based material for Get Physical, the Parisian duo have always moved on from album to album, maturing their sound to deliver a new experience for themselves and their listeners every time. On this occasion, Come With Us finds Nicolas and Ezechiel in a particularly introspective mood. Even as their work has naturally turned more to home-listening craft over the years, here they revel even more in personal reflection both musically and lyrically. Tracks such as “Saint” conjure up the romanticism of dustbowl blues with its vagabond guitar tones (played by long time collaborator Thibault Frisoni), while Nicolas’s voice reaches new distinctive heights in spellbinding tales like “Apache". Emiliano Turi also lends a new sense of natural groove to the Nze sound with his live drumming, and as ever, Nicolas and Ezechiel are keen to bring their friends into the fold for guest vocal spots. Dani Siciliano spars beautifully with Nicolas on the disco-inflected album opener “I Need To Know". dOP v

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