indieberlin talks to Ez3kiel ahead of their 21st June Kesselhaus gig

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Ez3kieil used to be Ezekiel, after Quentin Tarantino’s character in Pulp Fiction. Going since 1994 albeit with personnel changes, the band are well known for their multi-discipline approach, combining visuals and sound. They’re also very well known for and through their many collaborations including Yann Tiersen. Playing as part of the French line-up at this year’s Fete de la Musique in Kesselhaus, Kulturbrauerei, we caught up with them for a few questions.

indieberlin: Tell us a little bit about your musical background.

Polymorphous musical, motion picture, visual design band since 1998.

“Breathe and action.”

indieberlin: Tell us something about yourself that you always wanted to say but no one has ever asked you yet. What is your secret wish ?

I always wanted to fly…

indieberlin: How does the songwriting process work for you?

Idea, computer, trying, acoustic instruments, sharing, wetransfert, dropbox, cry, hopeless… other idea, computer, acoustic instruments, sharing, wetransfert, dropbox, smile, hope, come back and roll again…

indieberlin: If you had to describe your music to a deaf person, what would you say?

Sounds = lights.

indieberlin:  If your music was a movie, which genre would it be in?

A road movie.

indieberlin: What music do you listen to when you’re touring?

The radio.

indieberlin:  What was your biggest stage fuck-up?

Falling back down off the drum riser, and trying to catch the curtains just behind me to  not fall. I fell down with the curtains on me. I was 12, and I felt terribly uncomfortable … shame…. don’t.

indieberlin: In ten years you look back to today and think:

Don’t stress, it doesn’t mean anything, breathe and action…

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