Led by Swiss multi-instrumentalist (guitar, hurdy-gurdy, keyboards, etc) Jean-Maurice Rossel (aka Momo Rossel), Nimal picked up where he left off when Débile Menthol dissolved in 1985. The first self-titled album featured American cellist Tom Cora (Skeleton Crew, Curlew, Roof, etc) and American drumkitter Pippin Barnett (Curlew, Orthotonics, etc). The second album Voix de Surface documents a quintet with Slovenian Bratko Bibi? (Begnagrad) crucially adding accordion to the mix and Jean-Vin Huguenin (Débile Menthol) on bass electric guitar

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