Friday, August 22, 2008

MARCEL KANCHE-AIMER L'EUNUQUE AVANT DE GLAUQUER, TAPE, 1983, FRANCE




Issued by D.D.A.A. associates Un Department on their tape imprint, this enigmatic little treasure is representative of a whole school of scratchy, scrabbly art brut out-rock strategies, promulgated during the era by the associated mages of the Illusion Records-associated crowd and the concurrent Ayaa Records contingent; all of it representing the long term after effects of strategies first deployed by the anarchic post-May '68 Futura Records crowd (think: Red Noise, Mahogany Brain). If I were to get particularly, er...particular, the closest corollary to Messr. Kanche's dizzying clusterfuck of jittery string scribble, percussive lurch 'n' rattle, wheezy key gurgle and gallic grunt is the work of one Philippe De Mouctouris, whose 7" and contribution to Ayaa's Douze Pour Un compilation can be found elsewhere on M.S. "Aimer L'Eunuque..." is representative of a whole lost continent of weird that unfortunately has flown under the radar of experimental music enthusiasts for far too long (where's The Wire mag when ya really need 'em?), but you are all hereby encouraged to vigorously quaff at the spigot of this sanctified dadaist bliss and help spread the gospel.

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3 comments:

Grk! said...

Thangyew!

Anonymous said...

track 9 reminds me of south park's timmy speaking, just that it is johnny this time.

Anonymous said...

Hi, could you upload this again please?