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To make everyone travel and to make the crowds dance, this is the double objective that Supergombo has set itself. As a starting point for the journey, Etienne Kermarc chose the sounds of West Africa, those that his father brought back from his years in Africa and that the bassist was keen to confront with his own jazz culture. With his fellow travelers – Guillaume Pluton and Jérôme Bartolomé on blows, Romain Nassini on piano and Francis Larue on guitar.
Superlative child of the French cultural mix, the Afrofunk of SUPERGOMBO is probably also descended from the Tout Puissant Orchestre Poly-Rythmo and the Headhunters. Nourished by Senegalese Mbalax, Congolese soukous, US funk and world jazz, the sound that is played here is necessarily from elsewhere. However, we won’t talk about « world music » with them.Of the […]Read more