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Alban & Cédric Theys

Alban & Cédric Theys
Country
France
Profile
Cédric Theys is a French bass player and guitarist. After playing both instruments for over 20 years, he started using the touch guitar exclusively. He plays soundscapes, instant compositions, experimental, and progressive electronic rock. Alban Theys (Cédric's brother) plays drums on the recordings where they work as a duo.
Website
http://cedrictheys.com
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Releases on file (7)
Alban & Cédric Theys — Sirius Alban & Cédric Theys — Sirius
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR19, 2019, CD / DL)
Cédric Theys — Slowly Back To Normality Cédric Theys — Slowly Back To Normality
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR18, 2018, CD / DL)
Cédric Theys — Eternal Encounter Cédric Theys — Eternal Encounter
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR17, 2016, CD / DL)
Cédric Theys — Eternity's Antechamber Cédric Theys — Eternity's Antechamber
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR15, 2015, CD / DL)
Cédric Theys — I Cédric Theys — I
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR8, 2009, CD / DL)
Alban & Cédric Theys — Re-De-Generation Alban & Cédric Theys — Re-De-Generation
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR4, 2008, DL)
Alban Theys — iMachination Alban Theys — iMachination
(Bandcamp Mad Ducks Records MDR2, 2004, DL)

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