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M.O.M, implied Moutin / Omicil / Moutin, where the reunion of three "kids" determined to do battle around whatever this music can bring.

After the first two meetings between Jowee Omicil and Louis Moutin, we come back to the fundamentals of Jazz, the vibrations are good, the desire is there, the enthusiasm is overflowing ... All that is missing is François, twin and accomplice , to bring the velvet felt to these intense vibrations.

Meetings are multiplying between our three kids, everything takes shape but with a real desire to let it go, to let others do it.

No frame, no constraint, we open the doors wide.


François Moutin and Louis Moutin

« Moutin brothers » are twins, self-taught jazz musicians, respectively double bass player and drummer. In the mid-1980s, after completing scientific studies, they both chose to become musicians. Until the end of the 1990s, their journeys were essentially careers as guides. During this period, together or separately, they collaborated with multiple artists such as Martial Solal, Michel Portal, Antoine Hervé, Jean-Michel Pilc, Michel Legrand, Jean-Marie Machado.

A radical change took place in 2000 when they joined forces as a co-leader to propose projects interpreting their compositions. At that time, François lived in New York (it is still the case today), where he works assiduously with multiple American artists such as Franck Wess, Jimmy Heath, Benny Powell, Mike Stern, Randy Brecker, Lew Soloff, Steve Kuhn, Billy Hart, Jeff Tain Watts, Ari Hoenig… This geographic distance between the twins will prove to be an asset: it is from then on on both sides of the Atlantic that their projects will turn and publish relentlessly.

The first of their projects is the Moutin Reunion Quartet, which, from 2000 to 2013, released 5 albums and gave more than 450 concerts in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, but also in the United States where the group performed 22 tours. In 2013, they created a new group, the Moutin Factory Quintet. Since its creation, the quintet has published two albums and given more than 120 concerts, mainly in France, Germany and the USA where the group has toured six times. A third album by the Moutin Factory Quintet, “Mythical River”, was released in May 2019 under exclusive license on the Laborie Jazz Label. Recognized for their qualities as instrumentalists and composers, for their generosity on stage, as well as for the complicity and creativity of the rhythm they form, the Moutin brothers arouse the enthusiasm of their audiences as well as that of the press.

Jowee Omicil

Jowee Omicil is a blower and poly-instrumentalist who looks like no one else. Of Haitian origin, born in Montreal and now based in Paris, he recorded his first "international" album in the south of France one full moon week, during a river session with a dozen groove activists. In his music, where melodic storytelling is essential, his Creole roots blend with gospel, soul, hip hop culture and folklore from around the world, not to mention nods to his masters, from Charlie Parker to Wayne. Shorter through Ornette Coleman. Jowee has worked in the past with artists such as Tony Allen, Jacob Desvarieux, Roy Hargrove, Michel Martelly and Francisco Mela, his playing, his charisma and his involvement make him a rare and exemplary partner. His album "Let’s BasH! ", Is both a war cry and a declaration of love that hide a beautiful profession of faith:" I want jazz to become popular again ".

As for “Love Matters! », His last album of Jowee Omicil, there are African rhythms, melodies of Bach and Mozart, nuances of Thelonious Monk, a Venezuelan lullaby, Martinican songs, notes of the East and even of Asia, the memory from an Englishman to New York, from Rara, Jamaican rhythms, flashes of Miles Davis-style funk, gospel delight and of course, omicilian-style exclamations 'BasH!', as well as the verve of a rapper. All expertly mixed. This musical universe simply reflects who Jowee Omicil is, like a moving self-portrait. And how could it be otherwise, coming from a man with such an appetite for life and new discoveries? For those who love Kamasi Washington, Roy Hargrove, Kenny Garrett...







Louis Moutin
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