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Artist: DIETRICH, DON
Title: Dietrich
Format: LP
Label: Elevage De Poussiere
Country: France
Price: $20.00
Recorded in Dietrichs (Borbetomagus) bedroom, July 14, 2002., directly to D.A.T. "Six abrasive titles on tenor, gadgets & peavey." - Elevage de Poussiure.
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Artist: JUNKO
Title: Sleeping Beauty
Format: LP
Label: Elevage De Poussiere
Country: France
Price: $19.50
Solo album from the vocalist of Hijokaidan. "Such a fucking poetry of the gap, something very close to Yoko Onos orgasmic vocalisations, to Diamanda Galas menstrual glossolalias, to Linda Sharrocks (*) sexual negritude. What a free from the ritornello (**) free music, what a totally free chant, so let the listener go through to it and let him free to listen to that. To that psychoanylists id, to the trouble Eros, to the perforated tongue from the pornographic body. It surely takes a lot of perversity to get submitted to that. To that improbable soundtrack from a porno film (***) which would look like some inverted movie, like some black pictures. It surely takes a lot of terror to listen to that voice but you may call it beauty. Because that voice deals with some wonderful confusion (something between pleasure and pain), that indiscernible space due to the man who lays upon a woman. A frightening paroxystical flow. Almost endless quavering deep into the dyslexic monstrous climbing up to inhuman shrills voice, held close by the auditory pain. Her chant as a desiring machine one more time building up some unspeakable, some terror so. A chant coming from the pleased or from the suffering body. Junko made a poem out of the scream which gets the atom particles speed and its dread too that is grinding both the word and the meaning. Hop ! Got free from the semiotic chain, as the rising of an organless body among the small world of music -- try to imagine the neighbourhood terror -- but imagine that this scream was calling us : did you hear something?" - Michel Henritzi.
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Artist: URABE, MASAYOSHI
Title: Soingyokusaiseyo (All Soldiers, Prepare for Suicide Attack)
Format: LP
Label: Elevage De Poussiere
Country: France
Price: $18.00
"A beat-up light fixture hangs from a weathered ceiling, as the glint of a red light bulb spills along the length of its electric cord. Masayoshi Urabe stands underneath, in a half-penumbra of light. His saxophone is fit into his folded body, as he releases riffs of heavy rock. The atmosphere is thick with cigarette smoke and wisps of smoke that fly off from the movements of his body, heated by two bare light-bulbs nearby. Through moments of intermittent illusion, you can see the bright flash of a drum set deep in the stage, or sense the murmur of sidemen who would stir up such a smoky aura. A theatre of apparitions, of pure hallucinations provoked by ritual, the music reverberated with its double: Masayoshi Urabe has transformed the tiny stage of the Cave 12 in Geneva into a new-york-like heavy metal stadium, his solitary presence swings into action on stage like a horde of savages - a rock-n-roll animal. The audience must have prepared for the show by an endless loop of listening to a vulgarian best of Lou Reed record. This will be the most rock-like of his three shows in April 2001, for which the audience has prepared its ears as delicately as it prepped its hair, in a pre-concert ritual taking hours before the show. In each concert of his series, Urabe invoked the invisible at the foot of the walls where he found himself, and fought against the traces of ghosts who still yet haunt the club spaces - the artist Yayoi Kusama in the room of the Contemporary Regional Art Fund in Dijon, the legendary sets people described - or that we told him about while speeding along the highway between shows, militants of speed or direct action like Yoko Ono, Albert Ayler, Sam Peckinpah. Each night spelled an encounter with a different phantom. Another night, the mythic echo of a concert by Haino Keiji infused the grand wooden room of the Totem de MaxŽville. Masayoshi deployed returning, seductive riffs and their feedback, and attacks with the sword-like edge of his saxophones bell; drawing out an immense space to the point of stamping of a floorboard, he imposed a tentative victory over this incarnated marching band, before the static silence of the last transformation of a ghost rider. I cant believe what I no longer know thats the ghost I want to hold CIRCLE X "Puerto Rican Ghost (After Mars)" 1992 ... evenings to catch the phantom and its echo." - Yves Botz.
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