For the first time in four decades Musique Pour Le Future by the universally infamous sonic experimentalist, cosmic curator and alleged time lord Nino Nardini (a.k.a. Georges Teperino) is available on vinyl. Out on We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records the continuum defying, imagined sci-fi score is presented in an irradiant future-proof cardboard sleeve! A cool collection of compositions and a fitting companion to works by Louis and Bebe Barron.
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Originally issued back in 1970 on the Neuilly label outta France, this little treasure has been pretty much unavailable since - save for a CDr edition on the saintly Creel Pone label. Now newly presented, housed in a phosphorescent glow-in-the-dark heavy sleeve via We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want -- one of the hottest reissue labels at the moment, with Midori Takada, John Carpenter and the forthcoming 'Ghost In The Shell' OST all flying out our door and onto your platters.
When I first clocked this album, Desmond Leslie’s 1960 gem ‘Music Of The Future’ immediately sprung to mind - pipping Nardini to the post by ten years - but who’s counting. My point being I guess that 'Musique Pour Le Future' wasn’t a massively cutting edge concept in retrospect, but still, it’s an enjoyable listen and really, imagined sounds of the future are always a welcome/eternal theme in electronic music.
This record makes me think of some kinda eerie B-movie / old sci-fi flick soundtrack. If you dig early electronic music oddities, then there’s plenty to enjoy here; from floating in zero gravity to discovering water on barren planets and hub cap flying saucers hovering about. There’s both a primitive charm coupled with moments which sound far more accomplished and sophisticated. Well worth checking out if you’ve not heard it.
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