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Meurs! + Apolune: Meurs! + Apolune (Creative Sources)

A co-production between BeCoq Records and Creative Sources, the quartet of saxophonist Mathhiew Lebrun with 3 guitarists--Leo Rathier, Paul Menard, and Thomas Coquelet--use preparations, feedbacks, glass, cymbals, microswitches, and unusual sax techniques to create unusual sonic environments that ebb and flow in introspective and disquieting ways.
 

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Matthieu Lebrun-saxophones

Leo Rathier-guitar

Paul Menard-glasses, feedback, prepared guitar

Thomas Coquelet-glasses, feedback, prepared guitar, cymbals, microswitch


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UPC: 5609063403022

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs302
Squidco Product Code: 21627

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded in Lille, France, on October 6th, 2014, by Pierre Denjean

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A co-production between BeCoq Records and Creative Sources, the quartet of saxophonist Mathhiew Lebrun with 3 guitarists--Leo Rathier, Paul Menard, and Thomas Coquelet--use preparations, feedbacks, glass, cymbals, microswitches, and unusual sax techniques to create unusual sonic environments that ebb and flow in introspective and disquieting ways.


Artist Biographies

Paul Ménard is a French songwriter and guitarist. He is a member of F.A.T. and Eliogabal.

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7/10/2024

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Thomas Coquelet is a French bassist and sound experimenter. He is known for the groupsE42. A8, F.A.T., Kou, Marabout Et Le Vide, and Zwanz.

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1. 8'38 8:39

2. 30'00 30:02

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Creative Sources
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European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
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