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Amour Colère

Nicolas Michaux

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Behind his ordinary name, Nicholas Michaux writes and produces distinctively original songs. After the failure of his band ‘Ete 67’, he decided to pursue a solo career, releasing ‘A La Vie, A la mort’ on ‘Tot ou Tard’ records. His latest offering, ‘Amour Colère’ released under Capitane records, further develops his rather sentimental outlook on daily life. On ‘Cancer’ the Belgian native, who shares his life experiences living between Brussels and the Danish Island Samsø, plays with clever language to better come to terms with the disease. The album is written partly in English, partly in French, with Michaux poetically jumping in and out of both languages. His vocal style, melancholic, unobtrusive and always simple, is reminiscent of Alain Bashung’s longingly soothing vocals. Eclectic yet brilliantly homogeneous, this record blends classic French ‘chanson’ (A nouveau) with romantic pop (Amour Colère, Nos retrouvailles), tonic (Parrot), romantic post punk (Every Word, Harvesters) and even glam rock (Factory)! The production is basic and doesn’t offer the sheen of modern pop music, however this isn’t to say the quality is poor! Quite the opposite! This album is beautifully tireless, offering skillfully poetic verses and gentle yet driven choruses. It is a pleasure to listen to such exquisite, well dressed language. A True gem of an album! © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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Harvesters
00:03:03

Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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A nouveau
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Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Enemies
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Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Parrot
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Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Amour colère
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Nicolas Michaux, Composer, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Une seconde chance
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Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Factory Town
00:03:58

Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Cancer
00:03:39

Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Nos retrouvailles
00:03:28

Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

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Every Word
00:02:42

Nicolas Michaux, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Capitane Records, Producer

2020 Capitane Records 2020 Capitane Records

Album Description

Behind his ordinary name, Nicholas Michaux writes and produces distinctively original songs. After the failure of his band ‘Ete 67’, he decided to pursue a solo career, releasing ‘A La Vie, A la mort’ on ‘Tot ou Tard’ records. His latest offering, ‘Amour Colère’ released under Capitane records, further develops his rather sentimental outlook on daily life. On ‘Cancer’ the Belgian native, who shares his life experiences living between Brussels and the Danish Island Samsø, plays with clever language to better come to terms with the disease. The album is written partly in English, partly in French, with Michaux poetically jumping in and out of both languages. His vocal style, melancholic, unobtrusive and always simple, is reminiscent of Alain Bashung’s longingly soothing vocals. Eclectic yet brilliantly homogeneous, this record blends classic French ‘chanson’ (A nouveau) with romantic pop (Amour Colère, Nos retrouvailles), tonic (Parrot), romantic post punk (Every Word, Harvesters) and even glam rock (Factory)! The production is basic and doesn’t offer the sheen of modern pop music, however this isn’t to say the quality is poor! Quite the opposite! This album is beautifully tireless, offering skillfully poetic verses and gentle yet driven choruses. It is a pleasure to listen to such exquisite, well dressed language. A True gem of an album! © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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