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From Paris & NYC! Twin Brothers Francois & Louis Moutin lead cutting edge All-Star Quintet! CD release event for new album "Deep" releasing in September.

Featuring: Francois Moutin-acoustic bass, Louis Moutin-drums, Manu Codjia-guitar, Thomas Enhco-piano, & Christophe Monniot-saxophones.

“In the course of recording three albums withits current lineup, the Parisian powerhouse of
brothers François and Louis Moutin’s Reunion Quartet has quickly established itself as one of the
most creative new bands of the decade.”
- Jennifer Odell -Downbeat

For the last ten years, master drummer Louis Moutin and bass monster Francois Moutin have been co-leading the Moutin Reunion Quartet, relentlessly touring both America and Europe, performing their own original compositions with astounding partners Jean-Michel Pilc on piano and Rick Margitza on tenor sax. They have released six albums, each of them generating lots of laudatory press and extensive airplay.

The Moutin Factory Quintet is co-lead by twin brothers Francois Moutin on acoustic bass and Louis Moutin on drums. Both in their forties, they enjoy a chemistry that only twin brothers can know.

The Moutin Factory Quintet, created in 2013 by the twins of jazz Francois Moutin and Louis Moutin, has evolved in 2015 when a historic partner of the Moutin brothers joined the group: the extraordinarily powerful and inspired pianist Jean Michel Pilc.

This renewal of the team has enriched the sound and the musicality of the quintet, enhancing lyricism and inventiveness. Between the personalities of saxophonist Christophe Monniot, acrobat of the poetry, of guitarist Manu Codjia, alchemist of the sensuality, and of this uniquely creative piano-bass-drums trio, the chemistry is breathtaking. It blossoms on landscapes of subtle beauties, tells stories conveying poetry, love and the trance of dance.

“DEEP”, their new album, is a must. It unveils the compositions imagined by Francois Moutin and Louis Moutin, inspired by the sound of this new group. Their melodies and rhythms generously carry us in a world of deep emotions and lead us into sharing their jubilation of being fully alive.
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By: Nighttown