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hinah003 - melmac

"P1 vs P2"

The Reverter brothers' project, Melmac, is an ever-mutating band. It explores a melancholy and introspective world of sounds: before, it was thanks to guitars close to the noisy galaxy of Mogwai and Godspeed You Black Emperor!, but now it's through clever and minimalist electronic music (endless loops and collages). Through their arty and personal approach, the Parisians like to disturb their audience, especially during their shows, magical moments made up of a sole track that feeds on dialogues, repetitions, layers of sound...

hinah003 - melmac "P1 vs P2"
May 2001: Melmac plays at building improvised tracks in the Melmaccenter. Here's the outcome of one of these experiments, more precisely that of the 06/01/01 session...
"My mind is going... I can feel it... I can feel it...
My mind is going ... There's no question about it..."




Recording info

- Venue -
Melmaccenter (Paris, France) - June 1st, 2001

- Track -
P1 vs P2

Music: Melmac

- Musicians -
Luc Reverter: Casiotron, Mpc 2000, minidisc
Nicolas Reverter: guitar, tapes, mini clavier, minidisc

- Special thanks -
Olivier Grégoire
 
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