"Douzieme Journee: le Verbe, la Parure, l'Amour"
CD
2. Passage
3. De l'autre côté du fleuve
4. L'Ile, l'hôtel
5. Aveugle depuis
6. Elle avança
7. Dans les jardins

A photographer, writer and poet of the analog synth, Benjamin Lew used to work as a mixer of exotic cocktails in a bar which was haunted by Tuxedomoon's sax-player, and by the rest of the American Lost Generation of early Eighties Brussels. The encounter gave birth to one of these discreet but unforgettable minor miracles which take place sometimes...

The fact that the title of the resulting album ("Douzieme Journee: le Verbe, la Parure, l'Amour") is taken from a book (by ethnographer Marcel Griaule) on the cosmogony of the Dogon people of West Africa points to the magical and radically alien dimension of this music.


Releases

MADE TO MEASURE - Douzieme journee: le verbe, la parure, l'amour
MADE TO MEASURE
Douzieme journee: le verbe, la parure, l'amour
mtm15out:sept.17
BENJAMIN LEW - Douzieme Journee: le Verbe, la Parure, l'Amour
BENJAMIN LEW
Douzieme Journee: le Verbe, la Parure, l'Amour
mtm15
BENJAMIN LEW - A Propos d'un paysage
BENJAMIN LEW
A Propos d'un paysage
mtm16
BENJAMIN LEW - Nebka
BENJAMIN LEW
Nebka
mtm17