Julien Gasc :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

The music of French singer-songwriter, troubadour, and multi-instrumentalist Julien Gasc is a perennial gift. Shortly before the world locked down due to Covid-19, Gasc released his third LP, L’Appel de la Forêt. Both a stylistic break and continuation of his evolving muse, we asked our mutual friend Derek Wheeler James to catch up with Gasc, via phone at his home in Toulouse, to discuss the album’s aesthetic origins, and more.

The Lagniappe Sessions :: Julien Gasc

For this week’s installment of the Lagniappe Sessions, Gasc chose a fitting selection of tunes that feels something like a stripped-down companion piece to his debut lp, ‘L’Appel de la Forêt’. Now at Aquarium Drunkard, the Toulouse, France based troubadour covering Marie Laforêt, The Who and Michel Delpech.

The Aquarium Drunkard Picture Show, Episode II

More ether-access basement broadcasts transmitting from the hills of Glassell Park, Calif. Welcome to episode two of the Aquarium Drunkard picture show: Liminal Shift.

Feat: Julien Gasc / Maston / Map of Africa / White Fence / Conspiracy of Owls / Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy / Ty Segall / Thee Oh Sees / John Andrews & The Yawns / Lou Reed & more …

Bandcamping :: Quarantine Edition

We’ve been espousing Bandcamp as one of the most artist friendly online music services since launching Tyler Wilcox’s Bandcamping series. Today, Friday, March 20th, in support of artists impacted by the mass tour cancelations required by the COVID-19 outbreak, Bandcamp is waiving its revenue share, putting more money directly into the pockets of artists hit hard by this unprecedented loss of income.