5 star review in Westzeit – Besonders spannend sind die z.T. flämisch gesungenen rauen Frühwerke…

Westzeit gave 20sth no less than five stars!
You can read the review (in German) by clicking the logo below.



20sth review in Westfälischer Anzeiger – “Mit der geballten Kraft einer formstarken Truppe von Blechbläsern erkunden sie die Gefilde von Jazz, Polka, Ska, Rock, Gipsy und mehr.”

Rafl Stiftel gave the 20sth collector’s album a nice review in the German paper Westfälischer Anzeiger. Click the image below to read his review (in German).JT 170413 Westfalischer anzeiger fadeout

’20sth’ – 3 star review in the Guardian: “great European party music from Brussels”

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Robert Denselow got his hands on a copy of the 20sth collector’s album and wrote this great review for The Guardian. Read the full article by clickying the image above or directly on the Guardian’s website here.

Jaune Toujours in the Songlines Top of the World album charts: “Sounding as fresh as when they first started”


Jaune Toujours collector’s album “20sth” in the Top of the World Albums chart! Thanks Songlines for including us, in spite of digital distribution problems at [PIAS] Digital through [PIAS] Belgium.
Feel free to buy it at our good old never-let-us-down https://jaunetoujours.bandcamp.com
Feeling so proud in the good company of a.o. Orchestra Baobab, Ibibio Sound Machine, Tamikrest & The Hot 8 Brass Band!

See the full list by clicking the image above.






On the 7th of April, Jaune Toujours 20sth, Collector’s Box and  Album will be internationally released! Uk distribution goes through Discovery Records, distribution in Germany, through Broken Silence and digital distribution worldwide through Pias Digital.

25 years of music – doubleinterview with Jaune Toujours and DAAU in Poppunt magazine : ” Waardig ouder worden en lang bezig zijn met muziek: dat was het plan “


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Poppunt Magazine published a double interview with Jaune Toujours’ Piet Maris and Roel Van Camp and Hannes d’Hoine from DAAU, about 25 years on stage. Read the full article (in Dutch) by clicking the image above.



End of March, Jaune Toujours goes to Burkina Faso again, for a festival residence at Rock à Ouaga. They played there a first time in 2014 and collaborated with local Touareg rockers Derhan. This time, they share the scene and their musical ideas with local celebrity Patrick Kabré, a young singer and guitar player, also internationally known for his explosive mix of afrobeat, blues, rock and more traditional mandingue music.
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