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NoSax NoClar
No Dåhïss

> buy An exploration of musical horizons
Alban Darche et Loïs Le Van
Les mots bleus

> buy Loïs Le Van (vocals) and Alban Darche invite musicians with strong and luminous personalities. 10 trios for 13 tracks from pop culture.

> buy Trio Stephan Oliva / Sébastien Boisseau / Tom Rainey
Camille-Alban Spreng, Benjamin Sauzereau, Marco Giongrandi
Dear Uncle Lennie

> buy Mixing jazz, folk, and improvised music, the trio's album unfolds like a mythological fresco
David Chevallier quartet

> buy David Chevallier trio invites Belgian trumpeter Laurent Blondiau for a return to the sources of his musical inspirations.
Pigments & The Clarinet Choir
Léon-Gontran Damas’s Jazz Poetry.

> buy The Afropean sextet offers a reinterpretation of the graffiti poetry of Léon-Gontran Damas, champion of the negritude movement.

About us

YOLK at 20 !
This jazz label is directed by its three founding musicians
Jean-Louis Pommier, Sébastien Boisseau and Alban Darche.

Born in Tours in 2000 and quickly settled in Nantes, the label publishes the work of many French, European and American artists in connection with its founders. With a catalog of more than 90 albums, YOLK offers the public a glimpse of the vivacity and diversity of a family of musicians who never stop growing and creating.

YOLK directs its choices on the artistic relevance of the repertoires, on the coherence and the singularity of the sound of each group. This is how we participate in creating a catalog of works and help to share them with the public.

At YOLK, the artists are the producers of their records. They are the owners of their recordings and their stock of records. By ordering directly on this website you participate in a virtuous purchase for the benefit of the artist-producers and the label.

Thanks to your support, YOLK continues to edit neat physical records or to propose audio files in all qualities.

It is for all these reasons that Yolk has been awarded label of the year in France in 2019.