The biblical city of Babel and its infamous tower have received bad press over the centuries. Imagined as a looming structure built by children in which all residents spoke the same language, the omnipresent God decided to trick humans in order to make them scatter. The word Babel is derived from the Hebrew balal, to “jumble.” Yet if we consider the tower as a prototype radio transmitter, as Marseille, France-based Watcha Clan does on its latest album, the sound of one world singing and dancing together makes perfect sense.
Live au Cabaret Rouge p&c Vai La Bott 2000 - Distribution Mosaic Music
Nomades a.k.a p&c Vai La Bott 2002 - Distribution Mosaic Music
Le Bastion p&c Vai La Bott 2005 - Distribution Mosaic Music + Disribution Ventilador (SP) + Distribution Lucha Amada (D)
Diaspora Hi-Fi p&c Vai La Bott /Piranha Musik 2008