The duo became known for their voluminous sonic palette, merging infinite musical styles into single tracks. Bosco released their self-titled debut in 1997, followed by «PARAMOUR» in 1999. When the time came for «ACTION», both Bodin and Marché were anxious to strip their far-flung sound down to its essence, retaining the imaginative musical cubism, but with an increased focus on songwriting.
Melding such disparate inspirations as Devo, AC/DC and the Sugarhill Gang, Bosco concocted 11 eclectic and irresistible tracks, blending rock n’ roll hooks with house beats, full-blowing brass with utterly unique synthesized melodies. They even managed to create room for Texas-based country crooner Templeton Thompson, who lends her voice to the chicken-fried «Hey! Hey! Hey!» As if that weren’t enough, the «ACTION»-closing track known as «Runk Pockers» incorporates a sample from the notorious UK hardcore thrash combo, the Exploited.
Bosco have now emerged as among our wittiest and most innovative musical architects, fashioning myriad influences into their own inimitable vision
- 14 Remix
- 2 Writing & Arrangement
- 11 Production
- 1 DJ Mix
- 8 Technical
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken