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Nick Mott, Audion, no. 42, March 1, 2000

A quartet making a very avant-garde music. Melodies and abstraction collide to wonderful effect. This is based a lot around the excellent solo and group vocals, incidentally Mets ta langue means “put your tongue", and some of the song oriented pieces reminded me of the Art Bears, with a similar attention to simplistic/complex detail. I prefer the more obviously structured parts, yet there great instances when the vocals descend into abstract sound alongside the “Manipulation de cassettes", and free-jazz parts.

… excellent solo and group vocals…

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