Mecha Fixes Clocks' 3rd release with Michel F. Cote, Lori Freedman, Philippe Lauzier, Ellwood Epps, Josh Zubot, Martin Tetrault, Bernard Falaise, &c... a musique actuelle supergroup, and an amazing conceptual work.
Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Catalog ID: AM 207
Squidco Product Code: 15576
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded on January 11th, 2010 by Robert Langlois in Studio 270, Montreal.
Michel F Cote-drums, microphones, feedback, electronics
Lori Freedman-bass clarinet
Philippe Lauzier-bass clarinet
Jennifer Thiessen-alto violin
Pierre-Yves Martel-viola, feedback, static
Alexandre St-Onge-double bass
Bernard Falaise-electric guitar
Martin Tetreault-pick-up, equalizer
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1. Curvature dφ/ds of Takahashi's Curves 7:23
2. Journal d'une ménagère inversée 6:12
3. Don Slow et son attrape-fille électrique 7:12
4. Stresses Due to Galactic Bending 6:42
5. L'hypnoglyphe est dans l'étable 4:03
6. Région des ascenseurs nombreux 4:28
7. Linear-Elastic Beams Will Not Pass Through the Centroid 6:02
sample the album:
"Third album of Mecha Fixes Clocks, first for Ambiances Magnétiques, Teoria dell'elasticità di Girolamo Papariello listens to the speculative theories of Papariello. Recorded live at Studio 270 in November 2010 by a group of 11 musicians - seven French and four English, 7 pieces make up this musical presentation on the spatio-temporal elasticity of body and of the stars. But that does not mean anything...
Let's be more realistic: a string quintet + two bass clarinets + a trumpet + electric guitar + drums + a pick-up and then you mix it a few minutes, you come back twice, and you let rest 5 minutes. At the end you will have something that looks like Don Slow's Electric Girl Getter. Not much fun, it's a record of serious music." -Actuelle CD
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