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La CLEF - Magenta + Grand Soleil + Muscle & Fitness...
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2 months ago
RV vendredi 19 novembre à 20h30 à La CLEF pour un concert rythmé par de la musique électro !......
Big Thief annonce un nouvel album, « Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You »...
2 months ago
Une nouvelle méthode d’enregistrement, une nouvelle direction sonore… Le prochain disque de Big Thief va nous faire voyager Big Thief sortira son nouvel album – qui porte un titre mystique, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You – le 11 février prochain (via 4AD). L’annonce arrive en même temps qu’un autre single, « Time Escaping », […] Cet article Big Thief annonce un nouvel album, « Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You » est apparu en premier sur Rolling Stone.......
MUSIK MUSIC MUSIQUE 2.0 1981: The Rise Of Synth Pop...
3 months ago
1981 is the year covered by the second instalment of Cherry Red’s ‘Musik Music Musique’ series. 1980 was something of a transition year for the synth as it knocked on the door of the mainstream charts but by 1981, it was more or less let in with welcome arms. From the same team behind the ‘Close To The Noise Floor’ compendiums and the most excellent Electrical Language’ boxed set, ‘Musik Music Musique 2.0 1981 - The Rise Of Synth Pop’ presents rarities alongside hits and key album tracks The post MUSIK MUSIC MUSIQUE 2.0 1981: The Rise Of Synth Pop appeared first on ELECTRICITYCLUB.CO.UK.......
Ideal Trouble #3...
4 months ago
COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE IDEAL TROUBLE #3 8 → 11 Septembre 2021 ————— Ideal trouble n'a jamais aussi bien porté son nom et revient les 8, 10 et 11 septembre prochains sur la fantastique nouvelle Station Nord et aux Instants Chavirés. Le festival est né spontanément en 2018, porté par l'envie d'une histoire différente, à inventer à plusieurs. Trois ans plus tard, la famille recomposée est plus soudée que jamais autour de valeurs communes et de ce projet "trouble", forcément. Alors qu'on est à peine sorti de ce tunnel interminable, il y a encore trop peu d'enseignements tangibles pour repartir comme si de rien n'était et proposer un reboot de façade. Une chose est sûre, on sera toujours du côté de ceux (artistes, professionnels, fans de musique) qui ont profité de cette pause imposée pour se re-inventer et nous offrir des perspectives lumineuses, excitantes et plus collectives que jamais. Ideal Trouble sera en 2021 un pas dans cette direction. 08 Septembre 2021 to 11 Septembre 2021Station Nord et Instants Chavirés - Paris île de Francelastation.paris/ideal-trouble-2021FestivalMusique électroniqueMusique expérimentale......
POINT AIDES SELECTIVES PHONO CNM...
7 months ago
Dans la continuité de notre précédente info membres « Point agenda CNM », nous vous adressons les slides ayant servi de support aux webinaires CNM sur les aides sélectives « musique en images » Webinaire – Présentation du programme musique en images et « aide à la production phono musiques actuelles » Présentation webinaire CNM – aide à […] The post POINT AIDES SELECTIVES PHONO CNM appeared first on SNEP.......
Mohamed Bourouissa on France’s identity crisis: ‘We’ve got catching up to do!’...
7 months ago
The French Algerian artist uses photography, rap music and the frequencies of trees in his quest to shine a light on marginalised communities. Now he’s preparing for his first solo UK showIn early 2020, when Dave was making British history by triumphing at both the Brits and Mercury music prizes, the equivalent awards in France were making headlines for all the wrong reasons. That year’s Victoires de la Musique featured no headline prizes for a black or Arab rapper. “Domestic rap has become the soundtrack to a national identity crisis,” claimed one critic in this newspaper. Where the UK rapper was crowned for his celebration of black Britishness, French hip-hop was still fighting for the right to be seen as French at all.It is a crisis that rising contemporary art star Mohamed Bourouissa knows from the inside. As he drily puts it: “France has got some catching up to do.” Continue reading.........
‘10,000 tiny instruments’: how Lego made the experimental album of 2021...
8 months ago
With the soothing noise of its bricks clicking against one another, Lego White Noise joins the ranks of great musique concrète – and documents a potentially doomed soundOut of my headphones comes a flow of odd, weirdly tactile sound: what could be an army of ants marching across a plain of contact mics, a landslide of scree recorded from a mile away, or perhaps the first field recording taken from Ingenuity, the tiny robotic helicopter currently flying sorties above the Martian landscape. Delicate clicks, burring friction and the waterfall-like spatiality of granular flow all galvanise my ears.It’s the sort of thing that may interest subscribers to The Wire magazine, or that an underground musician usually seen sweating over a badly soldered modular synth could make in a moment of calm. This is Lego White Noise, and while it definitely sounds like experimental music, the name makes it clear that this is the work of the world’s most “reputable brand”. Continue reading.........
Brainwashed - Home
9 months ago
No one can say that Randall Taylor is insufficiently committed to analog media, as the Portland-based tape wizard’s discography is teeming with cassettes released on a varied and international host of small labels. This latest release is one of his infrequent high-profile appearances, however, so Blooming can reasonably be viewed as the proper follow-up to 2018's Between Distant and Remote. In the interim, there were collaborations with Drowse and Midwife, both of which actually seem like closer stylistic brethren here than more purist tape projects like Tape Loop Orchestra (not always the case with Amulets). The album's precarious balance of sludgy, "doom-gaze" power chords and blurred, dreamy tape loops sometimes errs too much on the "doom" side to land Blooming a spot in my personal pantheon of favorite Amulet releases, but I am sure my highly subjective weariness of metal is a factor in that. That said, the line between "violent ambient" and "mannered, understated shoegaze-metal" is a blurry one and there is plenty that I love around that convergence. In fact, the occasions when Taylor perfectly hits the mark ("Observer Effect," for example) are damn near spellbinding. Also, it is quite impressive that Taylor has managed to make tape music so song-like and accessible that it could easily appeal to someone who has never heard of musique concrète. The Flenser Like many releases these days, Blooming was composed and recorded in isolation during the pandemic, which at least partially explains the album's darker-than-usual tone. More specifically, however, it was inspired by the flowers that Taylor encountered during his daily springtime walks, which triggered some deeper thoughts about how "nothing lasts forever and everything is cyclical." While Taylor is certainly not the first person to have that revelation, he is unusually good at applying that bittersweet wisdom to his art, as Blooming sustains a complex and shifting swirl of melancholy, decay, violence, fragility, and transcendent beauty for its entire duration. "Observer Effect," for example, slowly fades in with warmly dreamlike drones, tender arpeggios, and field recordings of sloshing waves, but ultimately coheres into an elegiac-sounding chord progression beneath a looping and gorgeously anguished-sounding hook. Elsewhere, "Collapse in Memory" is another triumph, as a warm sea of frayed and decaying loops gradually transforms into a considerably more heaving, violent, and stormy sea. The following "Empty Tribute" is also a jewel, as smoldering smears of tortured loops mass over a backdrop of industrial clatter. Even my not-favorite songs have their killer moments though, as the heartache reverie of "Tears in the Fabric" is beautifully ripped apart by an eruption of churning noise, while the closer "Whirl" offers a cathartic crescendo of looping howls. In fact, I suspect that I would absolutely love this album if it was a bit less moodily brooding and a bit more gritty and hiss-soaked. I do love Amulets in general, however, and can easily imagine that other fans of Taylor's work might view this as one of his most focused and powerful releases to date. For me, it is a solid album with two or three sustained flashes of "career highlight" brilliance. Samples can be found here.......
'I feel admonished for being myself': Yseult, the chanson singer riling the French establishment...
10 months ago
The Parisian singer’s take on traditional variété française includes confrontations with mental health, body image and bondage – and her challenge has struck a nerveAccepting the award for the best newcomer at Victoires de la Musique (the French Grammys) on 12 February, Yseult said: “This is not just a victory for me, it’s a victory for my brothers and sisters. We have snatched this, our freedom, our independence, this space. We deserve it.”Raised in the Bercy neighbourhood of Paris by Cameroonian parents, the 26-year-old represents the tension between a new French generation and an establishment that resists change. Yseult is a Black woman putting her own take on traditional variété française. “I grew up listening to Edith Piaf, Barbara, Jacques Brel, Lara Fabian, Patricia Kaas,” she says by phone a month post-Victoires. “The pared-down French classicism of their songs was what I always wanted my own music to be about.” Continue reading.........