Trans Kabar is a Maloya rock band. He works on an electrical reading of the mystical rites of Reunion Island to develop a music of "Trans Maloya". They are inspired by the Servis Kabaré, a festive ceremony based on ritual of slaves, made to communicate with the ancestors through music, songs and dances. Often rejected, forbidden, almost forgotten, this rite has survived in hiding. Trans Kabar brings it up to date.
Here, musicians and public form an indissociable whole. The musician is a vector towards a set, the music an excuse to converse.
In Trans Kabar, musicians base their work on the voice, traditional songs of Maloya and the traditional tunes of Servis Kabare.
Spontaneous and hyper-creative, the four artists leave room for improvisation. Maloya rock rhythms that are sculpted around the voice and the Kayamb to plunge into the laments of an island blues.
Jean-Didier Hoareau : Voice & Kayamb
Stéphane Hoareau : Guitar
Théo Girard : Double bass
Ianik Tallet : Drums
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