Jaune Toujours’ Europeana got a small review in the German magazine JazzThing.
Read the review (in German) by clicking the image above!
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” Die Band bleibt sich treu, musikalisch mit ihrer bläserbefeuerten Partytauglichkeit und inhaltlich ohnehin mit der Beschwörung von Solidarität und Hilfsbereitschaft “
Another review of Europeana by Jaune Toujours.
3.5 stars in Jazzthetik!
Read the full review (in German) by clicking the image above!
Another great Europeana review by Tim from Tropicalidad.be.
Be sure to check out their website, full of reviews, a concert calender and more!
Read the full review (in Dutch) on the Tropicalidad.be website or by clicking the logo above.
We don’t speak Hungarian, so we don’t know what it actually says, but we thìnk it’s a rather positive review of Europeana, Jaune Toujours’ new album.
For those of you who do understand the language, you can read the whole article on the website of Ekultura.hu
And maybe tell us about it …
…dies ist eine Frontal-Attacke gegen Belanglosigkeit
A short Europeana review in “Na dann…” magazine.
A frontal attack against triviality!
Read the full review (in German) here, or by clicking the image above.
An overall concept
Bart Vanoutrive from Folk magazine met up with Piet Maris for an interview and wrote a very nice review about Europeana.
You can read his review (in Dutch) on the Folk magazine website.
The interview can be found by clicking the image above.
Of course it’s political, responsive to the mess we face now. But like all the best political music, it’s also danceable, poetic and brimming with wit
Jamie Renton from fRoots got his hands on a copy of the new Jaune Toujours album Europeana and wrote an amazing review. But there is more!
Europeana was also featured in the fRoots favorite albums playlist and compilation cd!
You can read the full review by clicking the image above.
It is raucous and brassy, pumped with energy and variety, a play-it-loud party album that distils all manner of influences into its grooves
Tim Cumming from Songlines gave Europeana 3 stars and wrote an excelent review.
Check his review by clicking the image above!