Caravan Palace

Caravan Palace

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Caravan Palace on KCRW

Caravan Palace is a new French band, one that creates a scintillating melange of gypsy jazz a la Django Reinhardt and electronica. They stopped by our studios a few weeks ago in advance of a performance in Downtown LA that was, by all reports, pretty incredible. DJ Tom Schnabel airs the performance along with an interview with the band. It is their first live performance on U.S. radio.

Caravan Palace

Caravan Palace is a new French band, one that creates a scintillating melange of gypsy jazz a la Django Reinhardt and electronica. They stopped by our studios a few weeks ago in advance of a performance in Downtown LA that was, by all reports, pretty incredible. DJ Tom Schnabel airs the performance along with an interview with the band. It is their first live performance on U.S. radio.

from Tom Schnabel's Rhythm Planet

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