Archives de l’auteur : Cyril Badaut



Painting exibition with music composed by Intemporal Analogic Sound

A nice exhibition on the theme of [ah!]Tome, paintings by Sophie Chédeville in the 
Caillebotte place, Yerres (Essonne) easily accessible by RER D or by car. Stroll 
through this beautiful property, visit the orangery where the paintings are exposed
 and where Intemporal Analogic Sound takes you to make you discover, in music, this
 magnificent world.

from February 24th to March 18th. more information about this exhibition and this place

open from 14h to 18h even on Sunday, and come to meet us on weekends



Hear on Soundscape radio, Vancouver

Hello, you can listen to and read one of the ‘Cut and Run’ on Soundscape radio (February, 19, 2014 – Rinse) written by Brian Beaudry:

A working title for Cyril Badaut’s experiments with turntables. A simple enough concept that has Badaut manages to find some unique musical crevices in. His approach to vinyl manipulations is often quite … read more

and listen to the podcast here



Performance of Intemporal Analogic Sound, May 22nd of 2013 in Les Voutes de Paris

The next performance of Intemporal Analogic Sound will take place in les voutes de Paris (Metro François Mitterrand, near ‘les frigo de Paris’). For this occasion Sylvain Cathala, Frédéric Acquaviva, David and Julie Mathias Martigny will be invited to make you discover an extraordinary performance.

Discover the reviews of the album and the video or a chronicle of performance.




Introducing Intemporal Analogic Sound

During the performance presented for the new album ‘Core’ on 19th and 20th of September 2012, Christophe Cochart, from ‘Alternative-Art’, has produced a video about the project. This video shows excerpts from the first performance given in ‘Les voutes de Paris’ and Cyril Badaut explains its intention. Sylvain Cathala, saxophonist, was invited.

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