Monochromie is a musical project of Wilson Trouvé. His music is emerging from many melting spots on borders of ambient, noise and post-rock; thus every song created is a pure original with the resonance of a particular atmosphere. Dark or luminous, hot or cold, wind or earth – attentive ear will detect them all. Monochromie’s music plays with our deep emotions and produces colors in the palette already rich and contrasted of Fluttery Records artists.
In 2012, he released his debut “Angels And Demons” on Fluttery Records and received the most flattering reviews. A year later, his second release “Enlighten Yourself While You Sleep” clearly contrasted with his previous piece, what only proved artists skillfulness and versatility.Between the first album releases and his latests piece, which we are going to present to you shortly, Wilson was not neglecting his career and self-released two EP, “Winter” in 2014 and “Brussel-Zuid” in 2015.
Today, he is coming with his brand new album “Behind Black Clouds”. Listen
Who could introduce his art better than the composer himself?
“After a full year of composition, I am excited to finally present my fourth album: Behind Black Clouds. Like in the past, the process was erratic. Some tracks I could start and complete within a single day. Other took me week, even months, to come maturity. I try to keep the ear on the ground of my emotions, my mood and feelings. The time
has to be right.”
Album’s core instrument is a piano. Even though most of his album was composed in his studio in Marseille, the piano types varies according to a place Wilson was in. Piano recordings together with samples taken from the street and with melodies, basic music editing effects and other instruments like metallophone or melodica created wonderful music carrying the right expression achieved through balance in artist’s creative process.
Wilson further says:”Of course, the visual artist that I am influences the way I perceive and use sound. I literally view it as a palpable texture, one that can be sculpted, modeled, blended and bended in various forms. This also reflects on the way my music tells specific stories. It is no different than clay, dust, paper, colors, paint or inks. Eventually, I want the music that I create to become a collection of paintings, series of shots and screens made of all the many layers that I patiently add along months of creation. Until the balance becomes right. I feel they become landscapes, clouds, shades and lights.”