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Sang 9 (CD) la cour suprême

la cour suprême

Concorde Crash

  • Duration: 2:45

The seven architects of this supersonic crash met in a time and place that nurtured the evolution of music. In the late Café Ludik, Sainte-Catherine street, Montréal, one could still listen to spontaneously improvised music flirting with the scandal of dissonance (still valid, sadly!) and a desire to communicate with ferocious melancholia the worries of a generation who believes it sees an end to History from the corner of its eye. So all the members originate from a number of shady and/or audacious projects. For lack of sufficient testosterone levels, they are true musical libertines, cheating on one style with another, all that within a single piece and following an exponential curb. In a nutshell, the group wants to put an end to the hegemony of the tonal and the binary in the eardrums of the people.

[English translation: François Couture, vi-03]

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Enregistré à L’atelier d’André St-Cyr, Montréal, janvier 2003 par Olivier Pépin

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