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BRUME + VOMIR | UNstable | red vinyl edition
Limited and numbered edition of 200 copies on red vinyl LP.

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The involvement in the improbable challenge of a collaboration with another musical entity takes on its full meaning when the two characters have radically different personalities !

In 2001, the merger of Brume with the American project Bastard Noise could have seem surreal ! One works in the field of Musique concrete, and the others in what we can call Power electronics, making their own sound generators (DIY). The first album of this association materialised with a very successful CD!

2012… pops up this “alien”, unique in the French music scene : Vomir, the project of Romain Perrot. Some monolithic hard-liner “walls of noise” stretching endlessly… The paradox of the music of Vomir is that this sonorous fire ship manages to blow you away, this magma being so hypnotic, similar to the german long electronic tracks of the 70s. Amazing !

Armed with his experience with Bastard Noise, Brume contacted Vomir for a new musical experience, a new challenge… The result was arranged by Christian Renou in his own home-studio.

Any description would be shallow to describe the result. Sharpen your ears and let yourself drift away with these thermonuclear explosions.

C. Renou, Jan. 2014

 

 

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