Whether recording as J. Lachen, Lach'n Jonsson or with his groups Ur Kaos and Zut Un Feu Rouge, musical projects involving
Sweden's Lars Jonsson are always extraordinary affairs, his doomy R.I.O. steeped musical ethos offering a fascinating counterpoint to the much more recognized R.I.O. manifestations of his countrymen in Samla Mammas Manna, who's joyous soundworld stands in stark contrast to Jonsson's doings. Having said all that, the music of Zut Un Feu Rouge represents perhaps the least fevered dimension of any of Jonsson's varied musical universes, the angular horn driven arrangements here at times calling to mind Germany's The Blech; the sound at other times glancing off post-Etron Fou Leloublan units like Art Moulu and Gestalt Et Jive. Masterful.
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