Toc | You Can Dance (If You Want)

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You Can Dance (If You Want)

by Toc

Free hypnotic pop punk, post-rock, jazz-core … Disturbing, orgiastic and communicative, Toc is unclassifiable, but shakes the feet and heads.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
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2. Downward Trend of Increase
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3. Iron to the Buzz Top
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4. You Had a Nap
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5. You Can Dance (If You Want)
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6. French Tough
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7. I Danced With Her (a Dense Weather ?)
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8. That's What She Said
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Free hypnotic pop punk, post-rock, jazz-core … Disturbing, orgiastic and communicative, Toc is unclassifiable, but shakes the feet and heads.

The group reveals with this second album his love of improvised and energetic pop without compromising its appetite for sound experimentation …

Playing on the volume and energy of rock, drawing its influences from Stravinsky to Sonic Youth, not to mention there between 2 and all around (The Necks, Godspeed, …), the trio emphasizes in it listening, availability, initiatives or coups d’état …

Toc is constantly looking to work a sound material in which the identity of the instruments disappear, leaving the hollow reappear in the texture. They accept, or even provoke, surprise, disturbance, endangering …

We find the musicians of Toc in the various collective that appears in the musical scene of Lille (Muzzix, Zoone Libre, …), operating without barriers, from experimentation (La Pieuvre, …) to jazz (Jeremie Ternoy Trio, …) through by Zeuhl (Magma) or garage rock (Sheetah et les Weissmüller…).


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