Yann Encre is a great paradox. In France, no one can really put him into any category. Yann’s music encompasses Gainsbourg and Jacques Brel’s songwritings, Leonard Cohen or Bill Callahan’s folk, Rachel’s neo-classicism, Nico’s bewitching melodies, Lee Hazlewood’s gloomy arrangements and organic electronica’s preciseness. Almost three years after its first album, he releases a truly ambitious and polished up new opus that blends delicate organic instrument fragments and tighly knit collages with an unequalled complex syntax. FLUX is the outcome of a spontaneous as well as perfectionist process (only slightly outlined by the first opus).
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