Zep – making of The Woohoo, episode 3

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The designer Zep presents the musical project The Woohoo, oriented indie pop-folk, in which combines drawing and music. Discover the making of.

When he’s not busy drawing. Zep makes music. He has been writing, composing and playing guitar in a number of groups for decades. Today, still crazy about rock, he is launching an indie pop-folk project. With singer Valérie Martinez, they created the group The Woohoo. They compose together and record everywhere. From the toilets of the house to the prestigious Bordeaux studio of Cocoon. Every week he tells the tumultuous chronicle of the birth of their record.

Discover Episode 3 of the making of this project, in which Zep looks back on the dangers that may have arisen during the recording of legendary albums:

Crazy about rock, Zep was as well nourished with the hard rock of the 70s and 80s, with KISS, Deep Purple and Whitesnake, as with the folk of Bob Dylan. Every week he tells the tumultuous chronicle of the birth of their record: “ where do the melodies come from”, “how do you make an album”, “is Sting cool” And “does vinyl paste stain pants” ? You will know everything. Also discover the first episode of the making of drawn by Zep.

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