Posted In: Tradition

KEDA announces new album

Posted On: 31st of January, 2018
Posted In: KEDA, Mathias Delplanque, E'Joung-Ju, Korea, France, Geomungo, Festival Printemps Coréen, Experimental Music, World Music, Tradition, Continuum, current

KEDA is back with a new release entirely recorded live on May 27 2017 at Festival Printemps Coréen in Nantes while improvising on a painting created in real time by Korean cartoonist Keum Suk Gendry-Kim.

On Live at Cosmopolis, KEDA embraces a noisier and full-on improvised approach placing the duo amongst a rising tide of korean musicians/projects currently making a name for themselves as true adventurers such as multi-instrumentalist Park Jiha, post-rockers Jambinai, Pansori maestro Bae il Dong or Danso player Hyelim Kim to name a few.

The album is out on January 26th and is made available as a FREE download via our Bandcamp HQ.

KEDA 'Hwal'

Posted On: 30th of November, 2015
Posted In: KEDA, Mathias Delplanque, Lena, E'Joung-Ju, Korea, Electronic, Dub, Tradition, Continuum, Parentheses Records, Experimental Music, Ambient, World Music

It's been a long time coming but we're super proud to finally announce the official release date for KEDA (Mathias Delplanque & E'Joung-Ju)'s long awaiting debut album 'Hwal'.

Hwal, meaning ‘bow’ in Korean, was entirely recorded live, then dissected for a whole year by Mathias Delplanque. The result of this long process represents the birth of a project meant to last; to enjoy both on stage and on disc!

Beyond the meeting of two instrumental practices separated by centuries, their creation stands out as an original form, drawing from ambient, dub, blues, African music and noise art. Hypnotic, warm, alternately dancing and meditative, their music is an imaginary folk, a unique and hybrid sonic adventure.

Head to our bandcamp page to listen to Eobu Noale, the first single to emerge until we release more for your earing pleasure.