And you can't come because you don't speak French
If you've been reading this blog for a while (or browse the right sidebar) you know that I have an affinity for world music, although lately I've been too lazy to be industrious and seek out new international sounds. So I was pleased when this one landed in my lap (actually, my mailbox) and provided some pleasant Sunday afternoon music.
Malajube are five French-Canadian guys who have a bright, shimmery, eclectic album with Trompe-L'oeil (2006, Dare To Care Records). It was actually makes quite the spunky soundtrack for some serious housecleaning, but they don't put that on the press sheet. And no, I don't know what they're saying.
Étienne D'août - Malajube
Pâte Filo - Malajube
They're on tour with Snowden (including Noise Pop!) and will be at SXSW this March.
02.16 Montreal, QC Café Campus
02.18 New York City, NY Mercury Lounge
02.20 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's
02.21 Washington, DC The Rock And Roll Hotel
02.23 Chicago, IL The Subterranean
02.28 Seattle, WA Neumo's
03.01 Seattle, WA Dante's
03.02 San Francisco, CA Independent
03.06 Tucson, AZ Plush
03.09 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge
03.10 Kansas City, MT The Record Bar
04.13 Sorel/Tracy, QC Marine Cabaret
04.14 Joliette, QC L' Azile