A split vinyl release between Urge (Caen) and Tokyo's Sete Star Sept, with one track from the French free jazz trio Urge of Antoine Ulmann on sax, Bubu Pagier on gutiar, and Yann Fontbonne on drums, playing in a Borbetomagus mode; and the Japanese gridcore duo of drummer Ryosuke Kiyasu and bassist/vocalist Kae Takahashi providing a thick extended rock grindcore piece; a blistering combo.
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Catalog ID: BeCoq36
Squidco Product Code: 28293
Recorded at Instants Chavires, in Montreuil, France, on April 19th, 2018, by Benjamin Pagier.
Kae Takahashi-vocals, bass
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1. Urge 20:19
1. How many lies should I have 06:09
2. Devil as much as Justice 05:47
3. At the end of hatred 07:17
descriptions, reviews, &c.
Urge: "Epicenter free and vibratory wave of human magnitude, but important, about twenty minutes, on saxophone, guitar and drums background. A trio free / noise / grind happy to serve you."-Muzzix (translated by Google)
Sete Star Sept: "Japanese noisegrind band from Tokyo. Started by Ryosuke Kiyasu in 2004. The band's name "Sete Star Sept" comes from a term used in pachinko, "7 star 7". It has no meaning. "Sete" and "Sept" mean "seven" in Portuguese and French respectively."-Discogs
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Rock and Related
Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
New in Improvised Music
New in Rock Forms
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