T-Shirt by Hendrik Hegray
Green serigraphy on grey cotton
Available in S or M
Serigraphed by Severine Superheights
100% Grey Cotton
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Now defunct parisian band with a distinct funky crazy sound that meshes them in a time warp to No New York twangs. La ligne claire were Charlene Darling, Ines Di Folco, Alexandre Kouklia and Fifi (11eme etage).
“There's some seriously throwaway craziness on this mini-lp. Punk is obviously the background for this music, though La Ligne Claire were not born when French hardcore punkers Lucrate Milk were wrapping sellotape around their heads in early 1980s videos. Chéri's ramshackle beats are drawn more from African music than Amphetamines. ” (The Wire)
First Lp by Maraudeur, between Malaria and ESG and themselves
MP3 DL included
Mamitori hides a form of twee pop unwittingly battered by no wave, and whose every chord could be a blank bullet. You could be mistaken for thinking you were hearing My Bloody Valentine pranged by the Shaggs, the Pastels bullyraged by Mars, Pere Ubu holding paws with Swell Maps. Is a new No Tokyo emerging 35 years after No New York ? This live set in front of a ghost-like public serves as a hint of this Japanese band’s profound peculiarity. “The six songs here speak to the mysticism of another Japanese ensemble with as large a reputation as a body of work, Les Rallizes Denudes, but while that group built themselves up over long tracks, Mamitori (the preferred abbreviation) confines itself mostly to 4-5 minute stretches, quickly establishing a melody and a beat, and getting colorful over top.” (Still SIngle)
French all-star girl group that includes Krine (Headwar), Armelle (The Dreams, Heimat) and Solene (Avenir, Dudu geva): “At times it sounds like Kleenex singing with King Crimson backing or something equally incongruous” (Blog to Comm). Badaboum will bring you as much joy as chaos and spook.