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Pink Saliva (Allen / Cote / St-Onge): Hardcore: La Brique

Label: Bug Incision Records
Product Code: 12797
Catalog Code: Bimm-27
Country: Canada
 
Price: $11.95



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A live recording from the improvising trio of Gordon Allen, Michel F. Cote and Alexandre St-Onge, rendering acoustics and electronics in dark and unconventional techniques.


Cote, Michel F.: (juste) Claudette

Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Product Code: 08847
Catalog Code: AM 168
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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Unusual electronic improv that moves from light to dark with great grooves and unusual turns, from the core of Klaxon Gueule with Jesse Levine on organ.


Martel, Frank / L'Ouest Celeste: Ye - Yi - You - Ya

Label: Monsieur Fauteux
Product Code: 07667
Catalog Code: MFMV? 15
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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Labrosse, Diane: Face cachee des choses

Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Product Code: 00520
Catalog Code: AM036CD
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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Diane Labrosse's first solo CD on Ambiances Magnetiques is a collection of digital samples of various objects undergoing mysterious electronic treatments.


Labrosse, Diane / Michel F. Cote: Duo deconstructiviste

Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Product Code: 00515
Catalog Code: AM 031
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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Using improvisation, interactive listening and radical exploration, electronic artists Diane Labrosse and Michel F. Cote play with constructing and deconstructing 11 pieces.


Tetreault, Martin: Des pas et des mois

Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Product Code: 00505
Catalog Code: AM017CD
Country: Canada
 
Price: $14.95



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Using extended and unsual techniques of cutting up, scratching, scraping, sanding grooves, even ironing his records, turntabilist Martin Tetreault approaches new music in audacious ways.