Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Geins't Nait-Fishes,LP,1989,France


Geins't Nait is more than a simple industrial sonic band. Although definitely in the experimental/noisy class, the music harmlessly flirts with rock, jazz, and pop. Each individual pieces tend to be studies in rhythmic patterns, yielding terrific polyphonic and polyrhythmic textures, and harsh, grating, percussive, yet full, supple, rich, even polished timbres. This is medium to high intensity European music which doesn't resort to dance-music concessions. [Bruits Blancs booklet]
From French New Wave
Great electronic/rhythmic industrial LP by there French pioneers.
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6 comments:

tryfex said...

I demand Palo Alto

Leandro Albuquerque said...

woooo, after 12 years lookink for this... Very, very thankful!!!!

vdoandsound said...

tryfex-then try standing on a street corner and shouting for it. No one likes hearing the words "I demand" and no one here is going to be receptive to your saying them. Tact is a valuable thing to learn in life.

Atlantis Audio Archive said...

great LP - you guys beat me to it...
I will probably post their 'consommer sans moderation' cassette in the next few days

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this.
Find this here: Geins't Nait - A Consumer Sans Moderation Cassette (SSS 17)
http://atlantisaudioarchive.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2007-11-29T11%3A38%3A00-05%3A00&max-results=10

Tranblod said...

This is the first time I have seen anyone mention this mindblowingly great record. I almost thought I was the only one who listens to it.