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A Certain Trip

Guillaume Perret

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You can't stop a flood. And you certainly can't stop Guillaume Perret, an explorer and sculptor of sounds on the saxophone, whose surprising and unclassifiable universe shone brightly with his project Electric Epic and on his solo album Free. In 2018 came a soundtrack illustrating astronaut Thomas Pesquet's epic 16 Sunrises. This was not the first time that the Haut-Savoyard had worked with other artistic forms such as theatre, dance or cinema. These contexts allowed him to develop a true sense of dramaturgy and narration. A Certain Trip is yet more proof of this, an album with arias of 3D sci-fi films, delirious operas and even novels. As is often the case, Perret takes his listeners on a sensory journey into total trance. With Yessaï Karapetian on keyboards, Martin Wangermée on drums and Julien Herné on bass, the extra-terrestrial saxophonist builds new bridges between futuristic and oriental sounds, psychedelic and funky textures, jazz-rock sequences and “fake” movie soundtracks. The turbulence that always remains coherent and flawless; certainly a trip to remember. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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Air Blast
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A Certain Trip
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Gulliver
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Phatty
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Into the infinite
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Sirenes
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Poseidonis
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Peace
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You can't stop a flood. And you certainly can't stop Guillaume Perret, an explorer and sculptor of sounds on the saxophone, whose surprising and unclassifiable universe shone brightly with his project Electric Epic and on his solo album Free. In 2018 came a soundtrack illustrating astronaut Thomas Pesquet's epic 16 Sunrises. This was not the first time that the Haut-Savoyard had worked with other artistic forms such as theatre, dance or cinema. These contexts allowed him to develop a true sense of dramaturgy and narration. A Certain Trip is yet more proof of this, an album with arias of 3D sci-fi films, delirious operas and even novels. As is often the case, Perret takes his listeners on a sensory journey into total trance. With Yessaï Karapetian on keyboards, Martin Wangermée on drums and Julien Herné on bass, the extra-terrestrial saxophonist builds new bridges between futuristic and oriental sounds, psychedelic and funky textures, jazz-rock sequences and “fake” movie soundtracks. The turbulence that always remains coherent and flawless; certainly a trip to remember. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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