Brooding dub meets “medieval cult sounds” on Tolouse Low Trax & Emmanuelle Parrenin’s new LP

“A bouquet of music full of mirrors, eyes, statues, secret doors, rooms, and blood.”

Detlef Weinrich, aka Tolouse Low Trax, and French folk singer/ harpist/hurdy-gurdy player Emmanuelle Parrenin are releasing a new collaborative album, called Jours De Greve, via Versatile Records this January.

The duo recorded the LP in Paris with the help of “aura mystic” Gilbert Cohen, French avant-garde saxophone player Quentin Rollet and experimental voice artist Ghédalia Tazartès.

Fusing tribal dub with a “medieval cult sound”, Jours De Greve is well-suited for occult midnight dancing in hay fields under the light of a waxing crescent moon.

Pre-order Jours De Greve here in advance of its 15th January 2021 release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.