Thought provoker – Aymeric Ardimanni
Name: Aymeric Ardimanni
Location: Nice, France
Generic Genre Labeling: Rock, Folk Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Electronic Rock
Forced Comparison: Pink Floyd, Dire Straits, Radiohead
Bandcamp Site: https://aymusic.bandcamp.com/
RELATED LINKS (Associated Acts):
Koma Website: http://www.koma.fr/koma-en/Home.html
Koma Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/koma.fr
David Zincke Website: http://www.davidzincke.com/
David Zincke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dimeonrecords
Sons of Guns Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSonsOfGuns
Medi Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medithemusic
Shoulda Been a DJ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shouldabeenadj
Assigned Rock and Goal position: Goal Keeper (Keyboarder) for the Blue Balls
Aymeric Ardimanni sounds like:
Music should connect with you on some sort of emotional level. Aymeric Ardimanni’s music on the album “Open” (released under the pseudonym “Ay”) has the ability to connect with you, but you will have to work with it. It’s not designed to have you instantly fall in love with it. There are lengthy instrumental sections, low tempo mood swings and varied vocal styles and percussive sections – but they all combine to make a beautiful sonic journey.
Pink Floyd tinged tunes with fantastically well structured and artistically guitar solos, Aymeric has a knack at making music that is as much philosophical as it is ethereal. A full time musician, Aymeric has his guitar playing fingers in many bands – I just hope he puts another solo album out in the near future!
Aymeric Ardimanni Bio:
Musical project destined to explore electro fields… but seems to touch wider areas like pop, indie-rock, space-rock and even folk.
This website is designed to offer some free music to listen to, some photographs and other ideas given away straight from the brain…
It began in 2000 when I got my first (almost) proper home studio//then songs without lyrics came out, then songs with lyrics, then the cover band I was in found a new singer: David Leese with whom a creative collaboration began, I was still composing for myself during all this time under the name of Komä. In 2006, Komä became a rock trio when David left for Scotland (and went on solo). Komä is still on but I am still composing for myself under the simple name of Ay.
I play guitars, keyboards, piano and sometimes drums, bass guitar or other instruments like percussions, banjo or ukulele. I’m not a real singer but years of practising as a backing vocalist helped me use my voice in an interesting way.
Music seems to be a unconscious voyage to unused part of our minds.
A cerebral way to apprehend sounds packed into songs, simply.
Too busy playing in multiple bands to put on a shirt!