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Zombie Zombie - Hyperspace
Zombie Zombie
12" | 2016 | Original (Versatile)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Slow futur was the name of the live soundtrack of Zombie Zombie for a juggling company. An add project that we decided to release some months ago, consisting in 4 tracks of 15 minutes. We were suprisingly sold out very quick. So we decided to give that record a longer life having some new mixes of one the track : Hyperspace.Tolouse Low Trax is all around the place at the moment. The amazing resident dj at Salon des amareurs in Dusseldorf provides a kind of sleazy remix here,that never really starts but subtlelly evolves while I:Cube brings it in the dub territories, in a lush mood. Enfin, Gilb'R provides a little reprise,putting the percussions in the front for a tropical effect.
Zombie Zombie - Loubia Hamra
Zombie Zombie
Loubia Hamra
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Versatile)
15,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With their cinematic music and John Carpenter's cover albums, we wondered when a real soundtrack by Zombie Zombie is going to be out? Well, here it is now , the two "zombies" Cosmic Neman and Etienne Jaumet finally sign their first film music for the first feature film from director , Narimane Mari, " Loubia Hamra " ("Bloody Beans"), to be released in spring 2014. And we found them there, where we do not expect, because it's not a horror movie, but a free movie, a journey of a group of children from a district of Algiers during the war of Algeria, who becomes aware of life and death.Director Narimane Mari talks about her experience with Zombie Zombie and creation of the soundtrack for her movie:"I really wanted the music to be as blood flow of images and that is what it is. Sharp, dull, full of strange noises, inner or surging, harmonious or disturbed by noise disorder, which allows to read beyond the visual narrative. We are in the bowels of childhood and it shakes us up when we let our-selves be takeover by the living: the profusion. I didn’t want to make a movie where psychology and reason rule and dominate until our senses are weakened, but a movie that we experience with the body and it is them who made it possible, this total immersion".
Zombie Zombie - Hippocampe Gilb'r & Wolf Müller Remixes
Zombie Zombie
Hippocampe Gilb'r & Wolf Müller Remixes
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Versatile)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 02.02.2018
Wolf Müller & Versatile label head Gilb’R give the remix treatment to Zombie Zombie’s “Hippocampe” - the first track from their recent “Livity” LP. A long time fan of the band, Jan Schulte (under his Wolf Müller alias), delivers 2 interpretations of the track, combining heavy Krautrock influences à la Can with a distinctive b-boy twist. Gilb’R takes “Hippocampe” in a more minimalistic direction, with heavy drums laying the basis for a dubbed out journey.
Zombie Zombie - Livity Limited Edition
Zombie Zombie
Livity Limited Edition
LP+7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Versatile)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Special Limited Edition of 300 With Bonus 7" :Limited special edition with the 7" containing the track "Lune noire", in 2 parts - one per side.It's already been 5 years since the last Zombie Zombie album 'Rituels d’un Nouveau Monde', after which the group explored other territories by signing 2 film scores, namely 'Loubia Hamra' by Narimane Mari and 'Irréprochable' by Sébastien Marnier, as well as creating the music accompanying a contemporary circus show called 'Slow Futur' created by Martin Palisse and Elsa Guérin. Wouldn't these beautiful parentheses make you want to return to the sources? After 10 years at Versatile Records, 2017 also marks the decade anniversary of the release of their first album 'A Land for Renegades' in 2007, at the time considered to be one of the 10 best albums of the year according to Rough Trade.'Livity' - Zombie Zombie's latest opus seems to plunge us deep into science fiction, with a cover designed by the mythic cartoonist Philippe Druillet, who is also the founder of the cult Métal Hurlant comic series. The title of the album is somewhat misleading, as one could mistakenly think of a certain dub record made atthe famous Island Records Compass Point studio in the Bahamas. For the uninitiated 'Livity' or 'Life force' is actually a Rastafarian spiritual concept based on the idea that an energy exists within, and flows through, all people and all living things. The record was recorded last winter in Paris, in a very short time frame. 7 tracks played live in 7 days, by Etienne Jaumet (synthesizers / rhythm box / metallophone / sax), Cosmic Neman (drums / vocals / sound effects), and Dr. Schonberg (percussion / electronics / trumpet), recorded at the Red Bull Studios by Thibaut Javoy and Jerome Caron, 2 very competent engineers. To keep it in the family, the album was then mixed by another member of the Versatile stable, the mysterious and legendary DJ/producer I:Cube, done in the label's Victor Studio.On this album the principles that are dear to the group rest being respected, still as far away as always from the standards of 'radio play', A living kind of music, composed of long instrumental moments recorded with analog synthesizers and drum machines, accompanied by drums and percussion. But I:Cube's touch may bring the unique energy that one may find at Zombie Zombie's concerts; on certain cuts like title track 'Livity' that the group recorded in Laos, a wild combination of 808 kick drums and bewitching jungle sounds that sound quite unlike anything else out there, and especially on 'Hippocampe', which gives the impression of hearing an old school hip hop rhythm with the power of a metal band who have replaced their guitars with an army of synthesizers: we recommend you listen to this particular track in a convertible while speeding down the highway.As with all of Zombie Zombie's music the cinematic component is still strong, on titles like 'Ils existent..' 'Acera' which was originally composed for ciné-concerts accompanying the films of Jean Painlevé et Maurice Pialat. The energy of the beginning is still very present, as is - of course - the kraut inspiration. But it's also an album that takes new directions and sonic risks, like on “Looose”, which brings to mind the Art Ensemble of Chicago, or the groove of James Chance in New York in the early 1980's, featuring the free sax solos of Etienne Jaumet and Dr. Schonberg on the trumpet. The group also offers some slower and calmer titles, like 'Heavy Meditation' as well as exploring more experimental tracks in the line of French 70's groups such as Lard Free or Richard Pinhas, for example on the bonus track 'Black Moon'.Please - Take your time, and enjoy listening!
Zombie Zombie - Slow Futur
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