Two large works of improvisation using electric guitar, synth and alto saxophone from the trio of Augustin Brousseloux, Jean-Marc Foussat, and Quentin Rollet, complex and evolving works with a psychedelic edge, blending experimental, rock and jazz into something truly unique.
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Label: Improvising Beings
Catalog ID: ib54
Squidco Product Code: 23512
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at Studio Pyjama and Espace En Cours, France, in 2015.
Augustin Brousseloux-electric guitar
Jean-Marc Foussat-synthesizer AKS, voice
Quentin Rollet-alto saxophone
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1. Inversement Chose 40:24
2. Fugitif Irrationnel 20:20
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sample the album:
"1: inversely thing
Sounds barely audible, then gradually emerges a sound grainy paste, metallic lacerations, like a magmatic mass that advances, inexorable and dark, leading to large industrial debris, then a form of indistinct song.
2: irrational fugitive
It begins as a sax song on repetitive guitar notes. This singing becomes exasperated, erratic, quarrelsome, loses its reason, plunges into the depths of the breath and then spins in the treble, tablecloths with repetitive pulsations forming box. A Quentin Rollet superlative, impressive mastery, imagination. And always these complex, unstable sound magmas, with the regular breathing, compost of new efflorescences to the guitar, new twists to the sax. A dark beauty elaborated in the secrets stills of Jean-Marc Foussat.
This assemblage of talents produces unsuspected sound universes, of a fairly rare dream power. A remarkable album!"-Jazz a Paris (translated by Google)
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• Show Bio for Augustin Brousseloux
"Augustin Brousseloux is a french musician (born 08.06.1999 in Reims). He's a guitarist, saxophonist and mandolinist. He records with musicians like Noël Akchoté, Michael Parque, Baptiste Boiron, Chris Silver T, Matthias Boss, Sherman..."-Augustin Brousseloux Bandcamp Page (https://augustinbrousseloux.bandcamp.com/)
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"Jean-Marc Foussat (born March 19, 1955 in Oran ) is a French composer and improvisational musician ( guitar, piano, live electronics ).
Since the mid-1970s, Foussat had belonged to groups such as Lézard Marçio, in which he contributed the sounds of concrete music with magnetic tapes. In 1981, he finished his first solo album, Abattage, which was released in 1983. In the ensemble Marteau Rouge (with the guitarist Jean-François Pauvros and the drummer Makoto Sato), he also collaborated with Evan Parker. Together with the saxophonist Sylvain Guérineau, he formed the duo Aliquid, which also appeared with Joe McPhee ( Quod, 2014). In addition to soloprograms, he also starred with Noël Akchoté / Roger Turner, Samuel Blaser, Émilie Lesbros, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Sophie Agnel, Daunik Lazro and numerous other musicians, as well as the Fortuna 21 Octet of Raymond Boni and the department of education psychique on."-Wikipedia translated by Google (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Marc_Foussat&prev=search)
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"Sax player (alto and sopranino), improviser, producer (Bisou Records, reQords, Rectangle Records). Plays with many bands. Among them are The Red Krayola, Nurse With Wound, Prohibition, Thierry Müller, Mendelson, Davis Grubbs, Rubin Steiner, Akosh S. Unit, Herman Dune, Cyann & Ben, Charlie O, Eugene Chadbourne, Jac Berrocal, Phoebe Killdeer..."-Quentin Rollet Soundcloud Page (https://soundcloud.com/quentin-rollet)
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Brousseloux, Augustin / Jean-Marc Foussat / Quentin Rollet
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