Voyage Massage. The first album of the six-headed stage show conducted by Étienne Barry, Sébastien Paquin and Alexis Roberge unfolds where The Bee Gees, Demarco and Prince would be seen walking hand-in-hand in a universe outside of time and space.
Barry Paquin Roberge. Musical transposition of the Penrose triangle. The apocryphe sound frame of Zardoz's erotic simulation. An alternate fuel solution for P-funk's mothership. BPR. Three egos that no reality could ever fathom describing when united in the same celestial volt.
Three-fifths of now defunct Buddy McNeil & the Magic Mirrors, Barry Paquin Roberge have been known - for 406 days today - as one of the hottest eccentric acts of the underground scene.
The mysterious Voyage Massage, first album of the six-headed stage show conducted by Étienne Barry (Les Deuxluxes), Sébastien Paquin and Alexis Roberge unfolds where Earth, Wind and Fire, Mac Demarco and Contreversy-era Prince would be seen walking hand-in-hand in a universe outside of time and space; pleasure would be its sun and half a century of music would be its solar system.
Available on April 7 in button (!) and digital format on canadian label Costume Records, the seven titles – produced by the trinity in its own quarters in order to fully satisfy its desire for experimentation - is as strange and attractive as the visual transposition of its epic opening track, Pawnshop Bargain, brought to life by video artist Ariel Poupart (Mauve Image).