Avec Le Soleil Sortant De Sa Bouche - Pas pire pop, I Love You So Much
180gram vinyl includes 12x24 art print poster +320kbps MP3 download. CD in 100% recycled paperboard gatefold jacket //åÊåÊ ‰ÛÏPerfect for rooftop parties and desert caravans...catchy riffs and trancelike repetitions that build and burst in equal measure.‰ A CLOSER LISTEN // ‰ÛÏTransporting us into a world of their own...a delirious amalgam of a weird range of noises that still grooves.‰ IMPOSE // RIYL: Can, Talking Heads ('80-'83), This Heat, Neu!, Stereolab, Do Make Say Think, Animal Collective, Tinariwen, Black Dice, Battles, Fly Pan Am . Psychedelic rock, krautrock, desert rock, punk rock, noise rock, afrobeat, experimental pop, post-rock, electronic; all are touchstones for Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche. Their multi-movement durational music arguably combines trance rock and audio collage above all - a diced and spliced approach to longform multi-movement groove music played by a stripped down quartet of two guitars, bass and drums, synched to pre-recorded electronics and musique concrÌÄå¬te. The band's unique restlessness and inventiveness seduces with shifts, turns and dovetails, consistently destabilizing its own inexorable musical logic in highly satisfying fashion. Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche deploys a panoply of buoyant musical ideas, subtly sumptuous sonic treatments, and joyous stylistic nods - while remaining fundamentally devoted to working the groove from a kaleidoscope of angles. Their sound always seems to be escaping overt homage or retro tendencies; neither freighted with rever ence nor weightless with irreverence, the music of Avec le soleil routes and uproots itself along its own refreshingly untrodden path. Pas pire pop, I Love You So Much is post-modern psychedelic trance-pop that sounds like no other. Quite literally: the needle drops on ‰ÛÏTrans-pop express‰ with Avec le soleil in full swing, playing a musical theme that had been submerged at the end of Zubberdust‰۪s closing track, now developed in the full kaleidoscopic light of day. Unfurling over 10 minutes of sinuous bass, chiming guitars and wordless vocals, ‰ÛÏAliz̩ et Margaret D‰Û_‰ opens with naive melody lines played on dry staccato guitars, peppered with ragged vocal calls, before transitioning through some unison riffing into one of the band‰۪s signatures: clean, methodical, exuberantly layered grooves perhaps most reminiscent of Remain In Light era Talking Heads. Nothing the band has recorded to date quite drives home the fascinating sonic identity they‰۪ve forged from their overflowing toolbox of techniques and influences more than ‰ÛÏTourner incessamment dans l‰۪̩clatement euphorique‰Û_‰, the 20-minute tour de force that comprises Side Two of Pas pire pop.This is post-modern psychedelic trance-pop the likes of which we can honestly say we‰۪ve not heard before.