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Transistor - The Horde
The Horde
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Entr’acte)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Franck Vigroux and Ben Miller ) launch an alternately scuzzy, convulsive and strung-out new slab as Transistor with the searing electronics and testy vocals of The Horde - coming strongly recommended to fans of Mika Vainio’s hook-ups with Alan Vega or Alva Noto’s meeting with Iggy Pop.The duo was forged when Vigroux and Miller’s paths crossed in NYC, 2009, discovering a mutual sore point intersecting the former’s harsh and clinically sharp electronics with the latter’s husky lead vocals. Subsequent live shows involved a string of destroyed PA’s and led to a pair of LPs released on Vigroux’s D’Autres Cordes label, Transistor [2012] and The Din Of Eon [2013].Fast forward to 2017 and they’ve remerged around the kinetic locus of The Horde, which perhaps uncannily arrives in the wake of stage left exits by the mighty Mika Vainio and Alan Vega, respectively in the last year. And that’s high praise, as The Horde clearly reprises the power of that late, great VVV pairing with Ilpo Väisänen in the A-side’s crush of electric squall, bommyknocker beats and snarling vox, whereas The Horde proper telescopes out to an aerial view of the city, perched like a observant, poetic engel over sprawling sci-fi electronics and clouds of noctilucent ambient pollution.
Valerio Tricoli & Hanno Leichtmann - La Casa Delle Chimere
Valerio Tricoli & Hanno Leichtmann
La Casa Delle Chimere
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Entr’acte)
16,14 €* 16,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After a nervy debut with ‘The Future of Discipline’ [2016], the Leichtmann / Tricoli duo gel in more sensuous curves and oneiric space on their 2nd collaboration for Entr’acte. Pulled along by viscous grooves in la Casa delle Chimere, it feels like the duo found a new route out of their previous tangle of tape loops, percussion and FX, only to periodically lose the thread and dissolve the rug woven by their noumenal looms.
Kallabris - Plays and Sings for Money
Plays and Sings for Money
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Entr’acte)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Entr’acte play host to the return of Michael Anacker’s semi-mythical industrial unit Kallabris with this collection of “pop” songs riffing on the decadent 19th century poetry of Swinburne, but adapted to avant electronic backdrops and beats.Comparable in Entr’acte aesthetic to Dale Cornish’s warped vocal processing and kerned rhythms, or the fusion of spoken word with jagged electronics in Transistor’s The Horde, the results found on Plays and Sings For Money plumb most curious niches of expression, finding a place for Swinburne’s transgressive themes in the modern day. It ultimately sounds like Jhonn Balance and Sleazy in a proper, slippery afterhours Coil session.
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