SOME/MUSIC : 'TYCHO' LIVE AT LA GAITE LYRIQUE PARIS
In a world where Antonioni's Zabriskie Point meets Duncan Jones' Moon under the terrestrial shadows of Sofia Coppola's livelier Virgins, one shall feel invaded with thrill from the very end of the night.
Organically metallic particles of sound, high pantones psyche melodies, visionary images in motion as a landscape - the usual enthusiasm of a Parisian crowd in front of a cherished music group instigated to this band of four outsiders a generous shot of endorphins - highly discernible on the amazed expressions of Scott Hansen, Tycho's leader.
Performance explodes the walls of this hues close to enlarge the scopes of a shallow yet invigorating moment of grace.
In a two-way relationship between artists and their public, one can particularly appreciate the quasi-perfect acoustic of a live performance allowed by choice of the Parisian venue La Gaîté Lyrique as an enveloping treasure box. Not only the music and images in motion intensify the full show - but a very neat and likeable feeling that members of the group are interacting in a total fusion of scores.
Around Scott Hansen, Zac Brown (bass guitar & guitar), Joe Davencens (synthesizers & keyboards) and astonishing drummer Rory O'Connor - respectfully playing the roles of the providential shoulder - gifted, established and reliable - the humble happy genius - who always backs up and comes
instantly with the right solution - and the young master who revolutionizes it all with a fair dose of energy.When fall is coming and chills in the air remind one that summer's gone, it feels like a right decision to be walking on the Tychoon.