Dolf Mulder, Vital, no 970, 16 février 2015

Klaxon Gueule is around already for some 20 years now. It is the most long lasting combo initiated by Côté if I’m not mistaken. Besides Côté, Bernard Falaise and St-Onge are part of this trio. Falaise we recently met on the fantastic second album by another trio, called Subtle Lip Can. Likewise Klaxon Gueule write their music from a very own and distinct grammar. But how strange their language may be, they really express something relevant. They offer incredible, fascinating music. Complex, but not academic. Always with both feed in the mud. The music always moves strangely forward, but there is happening a lot in the meanwhile. Patterns change through uncommon cyclic procedures. Every little detail is functional and enjoyable.

They offer incredible, fascinating music.