Yves Jarvis is a recasting of Montreal-based musician Jean-Sebastian Audet. Audet previously created under the name Un Blonde. Each aspect of Audetís work is immensely personal, and Yves Jarvis reflects this literally. Yves is Audetís middle name, while Jarvis is his motherís last name. His music is idiosyncratic neither by design or by chance; it just is. It mutates and shifts, as he does, through cycles and phases. Yves Jarvisí new record, The Same But By Different Means, is a new cycle. With The Same But By Different Means, Audet continues to create music that is at once warm, haunting, and unfamiliar while remaining singularly inviting and kindóa mťlange that reflects both comfort and its counterpart. Un Blondeís 2017 LP Good Will Come To You was celebrated universally for those things that make Audetís work compelling: careful folk noir, tender R&B flourishes, pillowy vocal beds that somehow seem to neither begin nor end, and a punkish ambivalence towards saccharine melodics that traditionally dominate the previous three structures. Asked for a message he hopes his listeners receive, Audet simply says, ďI really have to ask: talking or listening? Thatís all I want to ask with anything I do now, I think. Itís this spectrum and itís this dichotomy that Iím interested in exploring. Both sides of everything, and everything in between.Ē Jean-Sebastian Audet presents Yves Jarvis. The same, but by different means.

Yves Jarvis is a recasting of Montreal-based musician Jean-Sebastian Audet. Audet previously created under the name Un Blonde. Each aspect of Audetís work is immensely personal, and Yves Jarvis reflects this literally. Yves is Audetís middle name, while Jarvis is his motherís last name. His music is idiosyncratic neither by design or by chance; it just is. It mutates and shifts, as he does, through cycles and phases. Yves Jarvisí new record, The Same But By Different Means, is a new cycle. With The Same But By Different Means, Audet continues to create music that is at once warm, haunting, and unfamiliar while remaining singularly inviting and kindóa mťlange that reflects both comfort and its counterpart. Un Blondeís 2017 LP Good Will Come To You was celebrated universally for those things that make Audetís work compelling: careful folk noir, tender R&B flourishes, pillowy vocal beds that somehow seem to neither begin nor end, and a punkish ambivalence towards saccharine melodics that traditionally dominate the previous three structures. Asked for a message he hopes his listeners receive, Audet simply says, ďI really have to ask: talking or listening? Thatís all I want to ask with anything I do now, I think. Itís this spectrum and itís this dichotomy that Iím interested in exploring. Both sides of everything, and everything in between.Ē Jean-Sebastian Audet presents Yves Jarvis. The same, but by different means.

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The Same But By Different Means
Artist: Yves Jarvis
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1. To Say That is Easy
2. The Plight Comes
3. sugar coated
4. Nothing New
5. Constant Change
6. Out of the Blue, Into Both Hands
7. Into the Forefront
8. 360
9. Forward
10. Curtain of Rain
11. Hard to Say Bye
12. Fruits of Disillusion
13. That Don't Make It So
14. Pigs at the Helm
15. Time and Place
16. Blue V
17. Goodbye Reason, Goodbye Rhyme
18. Dew of the Dusk
19. Talking or Listening?
20. Glory to You
21. Exercise E
22. The Truth

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Yves Jarvis is a recasting of Montreal-based musician Jean-Sebastian Audet. Audet previously created under the name Un Blonde. Each aspect of Audetís work is immensely personal, and Yves Jarvis reflects this literally. Yves is Audetís middle name, while Jarvis is his motherís last name. His music is idiosyncratic neither by design or by chance; it just is. It mutates and shifts, as he does, through cycles and phases. Yves Jarvisí new record, The Same But By Different Means, is a new cycle. With The Same But By Different Means, Audet continues to create music that is at once warm, haunting, and unfamiliar while remaining singularly inviting and kindóa mťlange that reflects both comfort and its counterpart. Un Blondeís 2017 LP Good Will Come To You was celebrated universally for those things that make Audetís work compelling: careful folk noir, tender R&B flourishes, pillowy vocal beds that somehow seem to neither begin nor end, and a punkish ambivalence towards saccharine melodics that traditionally dominate the previous three structures. Asked for a message he hopes his listeners receive, Audet simply says, ďI really have to ask: talking or listening? Thatís all I want to ask with anything I do now, I think. Itís this spectrum and itís this dichotomy that Iím interested in exploring. Both sides of everything, and everything in between.Ē Jean-Sebastian Audet presents Yves Jarvis. The same, but by different means.