Electronic meets digital as Medium Douce share live music video

Percussion enthusiasts are in for a treat with Medium Douce's latest video. The French electronic-percussion act's video shows the ...


Percussion enthusiasts are in for a treat with Medium Douce's latest video. The French electronic-percussion act's video shows the band doing what they do best (creating rolling grooves sprinkled with digital and traditional elements) in a live setting, creating a window into their fascinating creative world.

 Established in 2016 Medium Douce compose all their songs themselves, writing music for a unique array of percussive instrumentation (marimbas, vibes, drums, etc.) and synthesizers. They are Maxime Buffel members (synths, DAW), Manon Duchemann (Marimba), Justine Feuillette (Vibraphone) and Johann Feuerstoss (Drums)

They are currently signed to acclaimed French record label Uppwind Records, who are host to a string of talented acts including Uppermost, satin Jackets, Digitalism.

Listen to them weave their magic below:




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