Copper County

Dowdelin explores as a tireless ever moving trailbazer a path where Creole jazz electronic dancefloor sounds and Caribbean percussions come together to create a unique Future Kréol feeling. The Black Atlantic title of an important work by Paul Gilroy an English sociologist states the theory that \"there is a hybrid culture which is neither African nor American nor Caribbean nor British but all that at the same time: the black Atlantic. \" It is a world of cultural exchanges and incessant back and forth where music is key/central. A universe of multiple and reciprocal borrowings that aesthetically sticks perfectly to Dowdelin a Lyon-based trio exploring Afro-futurism in its Creolized form plunging the traditions of the French West Indies into a great fountain of electronic youth glazed in jazz in a way that few have so far.