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 Zap-Pascal (1 Albums, 9 Tracks)


ZAP-Pascal started playing accordion at the age of 8 with a classical and popular music training and alto saxophone.    In his teenage years, he has been impressed by the effervescence of the post-punk era : rock in opposition, new-wave, no-wave, new music, industrial movement and avant rock jewels.    In those days he played mainly in dance halls or dance parties and at the same time he began to run into the rock scene.    Meeting afterwards with blues, black music and ethnic music led him up progressively to free jazz, free improvisation and all kind of experimental stuff.    In the nineties
he regularly improvised on accordion, electronic keyboards, voice and percussion with a collective of local musicians and began practising contemporary music and experimental music theater.      On occasions he had the chance to play with great international musicians, notably Régis Huby, Ramon Lopez, Phil Minton, Maggie Nichols, Seijiro Murayama, Jean-François Pauvros, Hélène Breschand, Faust, L'Enfance Rouge etc.



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