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In 1991 Jacquy Bitch launched his solo career, leaving behind him his previous batcave group Neva, disbanded in 1989 with two essential albums.Read More...
Releasing two self produced cassettes and a video comprising concert clips and other assorted extracts, Jacquy Bitch soon confirmed his position as a cult figure of the French ‘electro-batcave’ scene.
Noted for concerts that were a mix of the baroque theatrical, and performances sprinkled with surrealist language and apocalyptic imagery, Jacquy Bitch brought out a Mini 5 track CD containing the indispensable ‘Jesus’, then a first CD ‘Coram’ released on the Dark Side label in 1998. The ‘Clown of the Macabre’ stepped out from the shadows again in 2003 with the release of ‘Haine’, an album full of powerful industrial electro-rock, and the habitual Jacquy Bitch batcave and new wave influences that had become his trade mark.