I change out 50% of the music for every show. That keeps me fresh & happy to share music with the music lovers.
For Montreal, I brought a wonderful selection of French pop music, thinking that this would go over really well. Hmm, overtime, I ventured into a French compilation, the room was virtually cleared. I will try again when we launch the LS5/5F in Montreal next.
Polo & Pan, Christine & the Queens, L’Imperatrice, La Femme, Vendredi Sur Mer…. Great music, worth exploring. See more below.
I did play Charlotte Cardin which went over well, but did not play Dominique Fils-Aimé, as I thought her fabulous music would be played by every other room with a turntable. Am bringing her “Three Little Words” to AXPONA
Montreal Audio Fest 2022, by Robert Schryer: …I felt a wall of tears—black or not—well up in the back of my eyeballs, and this is no metaphor. It was a beautiful, tender moment, but also disconcerting: People were sitting right next to me… Touching? You don’t know the half of it. Midrange magic is real… Read more here
Montreal Audio Fest 2022, by Suave Kajko: … delivered a performance that was several notches up on the sonic ladder… offered a luscious midrange, with palpable vocals and instruments … this system sang a very rich and energetic rendition of the track… the bass played fantastically deep, offered very good articulation, and simply made me want to get up and dance… lifelike vocals, offering all the nuances I would expect from his voice, and fantastic soundstaging. Read more here.