“Lost Chords” is the fourth full length album from Guillaume Gargaud and it represents his work at it’s most accomplished. Gargaud’s style of improvisational guitar and electronics is intriguing and absorbing; jumping back and fourth between harsh glitches and soothing soundscapes and visiting everything inbetween.
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CD in metal tin edn of 100 on Dead Pilot.
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- Lost Chords by Guillaume Gargaud
This thing comes in a tin. I love things that come in tins! Just don't try and eat it as it's gonna taste awful - really minging! I've never tried to eat a CD before.... one day when I'm super bored (and hungry) I'll give it a go and report back. Anyway Mr G makes a hefty brand of experimental fuzz utilising electronics and guitars. The pair combined make a drifty, fuzzy, droney kinda experimental racket. Mind you I say racket in the loosest of terms as it's not massively noisy at all. The sound is a busy one with your ears constantly being tested by micro-noises and more ever-present strums & bits of feedback. Some of the tracks are kinda doomy sounding with a world of fuzz throwing itself into your ears and others are more laid back and these demand to be listed to. There's a nice use of electronics over the feedback and fuzz, it complements the music well! 100 copies only.
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