KILGORA of PHUKET
I had the opportunity in Phuket to meet Stephan Audiger a short time ago. I knew him rather as a photographer but I quickly came to understand that music was his main interest.
The fact that I was already going to Patong as part of the fighter's course, I really needed to be motivated to take some pictures and exchange a few words with Stephan. I admit that I didn't really know what I was getting into since I had never taken pictures in such a dark concert hall, and also, I didn't yet know all the qualities of my new equipment, so here I am going into the unknown...
Honestly... once my camera was tidied up, I had only one hurry: to leave Patong, a crowded, noisy, tiring place where I almost had to pass over it ten times in a few seconds... in short, my little Rawai campaign seemed very far away to me...
Déjà, pour commencer, je n'ai pu m'empêcher de faire une «affiche» sur la base d'une photo jugée pas trop mauvaise.
Un passe-temps comme un autre mais que j'apprécie
Pourquoi refaire ce qui a été déjà très bien fait... ci-dessus une page consacrée à Kilgora
dans le Phuket Francophone de Février 2013
Tout y est
Their first album
Sharing their same passion for two years,
All the pieces are of their own composition
I'm going to tell you a secret....
Although I am passionate about music (I listen to it but don't play it), not a day goes by that I don't spend my personal compilations that I listen to while working on my blog, or in the car to more easily endure the ever-increasing traffic of Phuket.
On the other hand, Hard Rock, Mango Metal, Heavy Metal and so on... I don't know much about it and violent music like Hard Rock... it's not really my cup of tea.
However, I was always surprised that most of these Hard Rock bands (ACDC, Scorpions for the most famous) were able to create "slow" songs (Stephan calls them ballads) of a rather exceptional sound and musical quality.
I just hooked up easily with DEAD INSIDE which I loop and which I really appreciate, as well as SOUL REDEMPTION.
Well, let's just say these songs are really great, and I know it'll make Stephan happy.
Congratulations to Kilgora, congratulations to Stephan Audiger and his two friends.
Last observation from me: Overall, the concert, the presentation of the album, all that... we can say it... it's professional work, worthy of the best!