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    Posted: August 25 2014 at 11:25
Hello proggers !

For those who don't know us, here's an excerpt of our biography :

"Juke is an English-singing French band created in 2011, born out of the passion that four guys had for the 70's music. Composed of Kévin Toussaint (vocals and guitar), Lancelot Carré (drums & percussion), Quentin Rousseau (keyboards & fx), and Théo Ladouce (bass guitar), the band is inspired by the great music of Pink Floyd, the Doors, King Crimson, Gong, plus more recent bands like Radiohead and
 Tame Impala, though the four members have their own distinctive vision of the actual progressive and psychedelic rock music.

Quickly, Juke become an entity comprising four true personalities. Concept songs, an enchanting universe that is truly theirs : this is a subtle mix of bewitching soundscapes, hypnotics rhythms and penetrating guitar solos that you're being offered by Juke."


We've released an EP called Atom Experiment in 2012, but now there's also an album, and you can listen to it through bandcamp !



Here's also a great review written by Jeff Fitzgerald, from Aural-Innovations :) : Juke – “Chimera’s Tale” (self-released, 2014)



Edited by Juke-the-band - August 25 2014 at 11:31
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