The universe of Minizza was born from the joining of various contrasting musical genres, stylistically tied together through electronic processing. It’s strength: drawing original ideas from experimentalmusic that reinforce pop music’s catchy composition.
With luxurious ambiences, Minizza’s first album is simultaneously catchy yet demanding. Music for Girls is a musical trip that gently starts by caressing one’s auditory senses, with tracks like Monoball, and gradually warms up to the more experimental climates of the later songs.
Music for Girls is a declaration of love to all forms of music, such as :
Active in the music scene, Minizza invited various artists to collaborate on Music forGirls:
But between pop and experimental music, the light and the obscure, things aren’t so simple. The tracks on Music for Girls play towards a delightful contradiction : beneath bouncy vibes often hides a deeper melancholie, and from the abyss of the final tracks escapes a glimmer of recomforting beauty. Music for Girls is one of those rare albums which evokes complex emotions in the listener, all the while inspiring asense of wellness.
credits : written, performed, produced, mastered by franck marguin & geoffroy montel at minizza studio (rennes, paris) between 2001 and 2004; except "winning a battle, losing the war" by erlend oye & eirik glambek boe (bmg publishing). lyrics & vocals on "globally yours" by edward ka-spel. saxophones on "les lois ne mentent", "je suis mort", "demon lover" by daniel palomo vinuesa. vocals & guitars on "mutilé de guerre" by erik arnaud. string quartet on "les lois ne mentent" by quatuor frajerman. guitar and bass on "demon lover" and "je suis mort" by pascal dalmasso. flute on "je suis mort" by laurence montel. thanks everyone !