Space Odyssey & Terran Jazz
More than a trio, Space Galvachers is a small collective of musicians-composers gathered around a common culture, improvisation, and a popular vision of music.
The trio's vocation is to be a platform to welcome artists and various formats, is the result of a sound research whose goal and faculty are to re-register naturally in the various influences from which it comes. Thus, the projects of the Space Galvachers collective will navigate from contemporary to urban without ever cutting back on its unique approach.
This approach, Clément Janinet, Clément Petit and Benjamin Flament have been shaping it for more than ten years. They crossed paths in projects ranging from improvised music to traditional music (Radiation 10, Le Banquet, Ze Jam Afan, Ray Lema, Duo Flament-Janinet, Richard Bona, Olivier Araste, Rido Bayonne, Simon Winse ...) and engaged in a personal approach to develop a sound and a singular play on their respective instruments: They work on the development of original instrumental techniques, which they mix with the “preparation” of their instruments and with electro-acoustic treatment. Benjamin Flament took the experience to the point of handcrafting a percussive instrument made from metals.
Space Galvachers was born spontaneously from the association of their work on sound and improvisation, with their common appetite for popular music.
Project / BOOM-BOOM
05/08/2021 The Brotherhood / Saint-Claude
Project / LO SWAR
Album with Olivier Araste (Lindigo) to be released in 2021 by Hélico
Artists based in France
Benjamin Flament / percussion
Clement Janinet / violin, fx
Clement Petit / cello, fx
Adrian Bourget / sound, electronics
Brazza Zero Kilometer
Lo Swar feat. Olivier Araste (LiNDiGo)
1st album "Sounds of Brelok"
(Green Lab / Nov 2020)
They programmed them
Periscope / Lyon, France
Festival at Vaulx Jazz / Lyon, France
Detours de Babel Festival / Grenoble, France
Africolor Festival / Saint Denis, France
Festival Bars en Trans / Rennes, France
D'Jazz Nevers Festival "Bout'chou" / Never, France