Sommé-e

18,00

Sommé-e is a drummer record but … a drumless one. Otherwise where would lie the challenge, the jeopardy, the playful adventure? Thus is explained JB Geoffroy’s radical choice to do without drums. He conceived Tachycardie as a sound device combining on the one hand, the abstraction of electronic sounds —gleaned from field recordings, for example— and on the other, the density of palpably material sound. No snare drum, no bass drum for Tachycardie, then, but instead ceramics, drif twood, bells, keys, broken dishes, oyster shells…even a hardcover History of France. Geoffroy mixes a few instrumental sounds, like motorized cymbals and guitars, into what these heterogeneous objects provide.

2 in stock

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  • A1. Pas élevé, Se Nourrit
  • A2. D’humeur à Savoir
  • B. Directement Au Voleur

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