Karmarama Fusion
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Karmarama perform a wide and varied repertoire, combining pop / folk / electro and jazz influences. Taking cover versions or original songs as a base, we transform them through improvisation, atypical instrumentation and unique arrangements. It's a true melting pot of styles and sounds, where the voice, the sitar and percussion are supported by keyboards, live loops, guitars, etc., to create an performance geared to a wide audience.

 

Here are a few examples of well-known songs given the KARMARAMA treatment:

 

Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush)

I Can't Feel My Face (The Weeknd)

Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran)

Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)

A Thousand Years (Sting)

Wait In Vain (Bob Marley)

True Colors (Cindy Lauper)

Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve)

Dreams (Fleetwood Mac)

We Found Love (Rihanna)

In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins)

Here Comes The Rain Again (Eurythmics) 

& many more...

Gallery
Sound samples
Karmarama Karmarama at the Rocher de Palmer, Bordeaux, 30 September 2016 Karmarama... the extended version! Shekinah Rodz At the Saint Emilion Jazz Festival 2017 A picture from the Saint Emilion Jazz Festival 2017 Saint Emilion Jazz Festival 2017
Paschim Vihar (I'm In Love With Sound)
Traces Of You (reprise de Anoushka Shankar & Norah Jones, 2016)
Musician's Biography
Mark Brenner

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Shekinah Rodz

Vocals, flute, saxophone, percussion

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Antony Breyer

Cajon, drums, percussion & loops.

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Thomas Drouart

Keyboards, bass, backing vocals, programming.

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Matthias Labbe

Tabla, mridangam & percussion

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Emmanuel Lefevre

Keyboards, samples, backing vocals

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Jean-Christophe Jacques

Saxophones

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Calendar of concerts
Learn Sitar / Tabla

If you live in the Bordeaux area and would like to learn to play the sitar, Mark can teach you the basics.

 

Matthias teaches tabla to beginners and intermediate students. He's based in Paris, but organises group courses in the Bordeaux area and elsewhere in France.

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