Interview with Félicia Atkinson & Peter Broderick (La Nuit).
“The words appeared to me like this, I don’t know, I like to improvise lyrics, it’s like day dreaming, you dig in your own soul and see what you can fish there.”
— Félicia Atkinson
Words: Mark Carry, Photographs: Félicia Atkinson
The music of Félicia Atkinson and Peter Broderick both surfaced to my attention around the same space in time, during 2008. John Xela’s Type imprint served the most trusted sources for independent music discoveries and two composers from the label’s roster particularly forged an indelible imprint, namely Peter Broderick and Sylvain Chauveau. ‘Float’s utterly captivating neo-classical-based compositions served a gateway into Broderick’s soaring songbook – that soon would follow with the gifted Portland musician’s ‘Home’ and ‘4-TrackSongs’ full-lengths – and across the years, any project conceived by Broderick (or shares his involvement in any way)…
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