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2012-01-24 13:47:19 UTC

If you’ve ever had the chance to travel, you know that it changes your life. After a year on the road, from the jordanian dunes to the asphalt of Nashville, Julien Magot locked himself in his appartement to record ‘Fue’, the first album of his lonely adventure Appalache. If you’ve ever had the chance to travel for a long-time, you know how hard it is to fight against monotony of a daily life.

This is maybe the start of this story, a way to escape from the outside world’s oppression, a dream about a dream inside a dream, where flashbacks can be possible futures. More than a story, ‘Fue’ can be the painting of a luxuriant desert under the moonlight, maybe like the one on the Barn Owl’s Lost In The Glare cover. 8 songs for 8 colors, leaded by an electric guitar and indians spirits, both hunting for serenity…

Let me tell you something : At daylight I made a dream. We were all floating in the air, entranced by a force we did not even know. And it felt great. “However, I have always prayed, and I believe that the Almighty has always protected me.” Geronimo (Chiricahua Apache Chief) and that’s where comes that force, from the Almighty. We should be all protected by this huge force as I draw my inspiration from Indian/Bible beliefs.

As Indians believe in a God, I believe in a God of mercy and of hope. This album is about how everyone is while they believe in nothing. Try to believe. This is all about exaltation of the future, what you can expect and what it could bring to you. By faith. Every Appalache album is a different travel. -Fue- is about spirituality. [ __Julien Magot ].

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [ NOTE ] ~ The latest 2012 title [ Fue ] is on Purchase only at this stage. Even the streaming is limited to a single track only but I have to admit... It's a pretty damn good listening. That said the previous releases are set on [ FREE DOWNLOAD ], by all means check it out.

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Artist - Appalache Album - Fue Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Miniamal, Dark-ambient Tracklist 1. Intro 2. R55R 3. Dimensions Of Truth 04:00 4. Disillusionned Infinity feat. Romain Barbot 5. Topheth 6. F.A.1999 7. Somewhere To Disappear 8. Morality -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Purchase ~ Appalache - Fue -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Appalache Album - Appalache Goes America 2​.​0 Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Miniamal, Lo-end Psychedelic, Dark-ambient [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist PART I : SALVATION PART II : REMEMBER INDIANS PART III : FULL OF GRACE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Appalache - Appalache Goes America 2​.​0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Appalache Album - Appalache Goes America Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Miniamal, Acoustic, Lo-fi Tracklist 1. Oh Lord Please ( no sin no more ) 04:48 2. Rejoice ( in my suffering ) 04:29 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Appalache - Appalache Goes America -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Windy and Carl | Heideka | Mount Eerie | Low | Cassira's Weird -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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