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Rythme de Passage by Emie R. Roussel

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Album Title: Rythme de Passage
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020


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About the Album

Ten years have passed since the Emie R Roussel Trio produced their first album. In that time, the band has become an unstoppable force on the Canadian jazz scene, winning the Stingray Rising Stars Award at the 2018 TD Halifax Jazz Festival, the 2015 Félix at l’ADISQ for jazz album of the year (for their third record Quantum) and the 2013-14 Opus prize for jazz album of the year (for their second release, TRANSIT.) Their music has taken them to eleven countries on four continents, including stops in Tokyo, at Jazzahead! in Bremen, Germany, and at the legendary club Duc des Lombards in Paris. The dawn of the new decade finds the trio energized and inspired, ready to begin a new chapter. United as a single indivisible musical core, they’re ready to share new music inspired by their long journey together. The music on Rythme de Passage, their fifth album, is like a conversation: in turn quiet, agitated, and passionate. It is a testament to the group’s strength of spirit and an important milestone in the band’s collective history. The album was released worldwide on Friday, February 28th, 2020.

Track Listing

Yatse Club; Rythme de Passage; Agent Orange; Maltagliati; Taniata; Est; Loners; Empreinte;



Date featured

May 26, 2020

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