L'Attirail was founded in 1994 by Xavier Demerliac and Jean-Stéphane Brosse. The group invented an imaginary acoustic music without frontiers or roots, but with multiple influences (Nino Rota, Ennio Morricone...).


L'Attirail's albums are conceived as musical road-movies, invitations to travel with no precise destination, just the idea of leaving and the desire to build bridges between East and West, between purists of tradition and adepts of modernity.


The group has recorded several soundtracks for films (Mon Meilleur Ami, Peau Neuve) and TV movies (Tout est Permis, Charmants Voisins...), and its music is regularly used in feature films (My Sweet Pepper Land...), trailers (Taxi Téhéran) and documentaries.


L'Attirail has also recorded several show scores (Cie Jérôme Thomas, Cie L'Eolienne...) and sound illustration albums (Kosinus Records, RFI instrumental, MYMA).


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