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Chouilles / 10 ans du RADON COLLECTIF sur wfmu.org
« le: janvier 18, 2010, 13:49:41 pm »

n'hesitez pas a reagir aux comment de cette Anne que je ne connais pas.

Chouilles / SOLAR SKELETONS interview
« le: janvier 14, 2010, 21:16:53 pm »

Solar Skeletons

VP: The Solar Skeletons are a duo combination of RIPIT and TZII yet sounds completely different from your individual solo works. How has working together compiled this genre defying sound?

SS: We both have, for sure a different background: TZII, after drumming in his teenage years in a rock band, was more into the Free Tekno scene, while RIPIT started as a Black Metal guitarist then experimenting with cheap drum machines and FX. But both of us were playing different genres, with each time our personal touch, of course. We both met in the underground Parisian scene, where we both found a mutual accomplishment. Before establishing SOLAR SKELETONS, we did some collaboration, where our own styles had their places and functions: RIPIT banging beats and TZII laying down huge maps. We did tours together and on our USA one, in January 2006, at DC9, Washington DC, we performed together and found out a new way to do it: we wanted to start a project where we could play any genre of music we liked and further beyond. That's the prime idea about SOLAR SKELETONS, any genre, and any technique... but of course, you can still hear both of our personal touch in any of our recordings. As we know each other since a long time now, personally and musically, we are very fast to write music, as somehow we use the same language.

VP: You are both multi instrumentalists as well, applying bass, guitar, and trumpet to the Solar Skeleton Sounds. Do you find it easier to write music out before hand, or do you jam and experiment to work out your songs?

SS: Basically, Eric is playing the bass, trumpet, drums, percussions, synthesizers, and vocals; Nyko is playing guitars, synths, vocals, and both of us having also our noisy tools of our own.

We don't really have a proper technique of writing our music; the common point is that all happens in studio. For example there's the improvisation way, where we plug the gears we want to use in purpose to give a certain atmosphere to a track (all acoustic, all electronic or both); or the pre writing one, where there's a composition step before execution, but this composition is mainly talking and drawing of a time line. We record our part and there is, depending of the track, quiet a lot of post editing and mixing. So the whole process of composition is really a studio thing. And we also often collaborate with other musicians, or guesting them on some songs. We both don't really know how to write music on paper in the classical way, we prefer recording straight, which is faster as we skip a step. For the composition, it often happens like one of us as an idea, like a guitar riff or a synth sound, and the other one will come on top of it.

Our ideas also often comes from random discussions, where a vision of a track appears, like we would say "let's do a dubby track with the stuffs we recorded last time to test this gear", then both of us will think about it on his own and we will confront our thoughts after few days and start recording. But some other times, we will jam on stage and will come back in the studio trying to reproduce this jam (our at least its prime ideas) in order to construct it as several tracks.

So as you see, there are no rules or technique, everything is permitted and that's what is exalting in this project.

VP: Do you have a concept behind your album: “Scavengers Ov Beliefs”?

SS: "Scavengers Ov Belief" is a collection of 4 tracks exploring 4 facets of musical heaviness: from fast stoner with martial crooning, to bluesy sludge, from gospel black metal power noise, to synthetic drone core.

For this record, each songs can be taken as a musical concept: dedication to the soul-passing bird, the vulture, with some Sun worshipping blasphemy thru a heathen gospel telling the story of a disabused Christian who will turn his belief into Lucifer and will finally realize that none but the Sun has the power on us all. You can also find the French Magick sound: “La Baguette!” and also a Jarmusch's Dead Man reference, with a sample of Nobody himself: "stupid fuckin' white men!”

This LP is some kind of an absurd kaleidoscopic vision of humanity, in this sense it reflects the Solar Skeletons philosophy: we feed with the non-sense of human's beliefs and regurgitate it in an even more idiotic way.

VP: Do you believe humanity needs to be destroyed in order to be reborn?

SS: Well, not so simply (even if you can build beautiful things from ashes), the main problem with humanity is that most of people's beliefs are dead-ends! All obey the sun, if the sun explodes everything is finished, it's as simple as that!! So people should understand that they have to follow the sun archangels, the solar skeletons, if they want to be reborned. Otherwise they will be doomed to roam forever into the purulent ashes of their gone civilization.

VP: Is Music, Drugs, Love and/or Violence the new religion of the world and how can we gain enlightenment from this?

SS: These elements are double-sided... they can help to enlighten, but also can enblind your soul. They are all strong propaganda weapons. The mission of the Solar Skeletons is to use them as far as possible to enlighten human race until blindness, therefore they use those artifacts to establish the asservissement to the Law of the Sun. Human race is already a servant of this Law, but is too wrongly focused to other non-sense beliefs since too long.

VP: What would you like on your tombstone?

SS: We are sons of the big bang so our death should coincide with the end of our solar system!!! But there is billions of suns in the universe to establish new colonies and accomplish our crusade. So in some sense we are eternal.

Voila déjà 1 an que le vinyle est sorti (il est toujours disponible sur le site), et nous avons décidé de le mettre en téléchargement gratos !

et c'est ici :

Merci de diffuser sur les p2p et autre blogs

Les oreilles / RIPIT Jedi in my ass
« le: novembre 08, 2009, 17:53:49 pm »
pour tous les jumpeur !

« le: octobre 15, 2009, 15:19:08 pm »
18 Novembre 2009
@ Magasin 4 (bruxelles)


Arabrot - True Norwegian Noise Rock
Norwegian noise-rock blending diverse influences from Amphetamine Reptile records to the industrial likes of Ministry to their very own black metal.

The Brother Seed is Årabrot’s third studio release, engineered by Steve Albini in his Electrical Audio studios, Chicago, IL and mastered by Bob Weston.

"Nobody wants to be caught with the wrong kind of nihilism these days, when sincerity can so easily translate to wretched emotional hardcore or what certain teenage cult bands have promoted as suicidal black metal. So unfortunate as much of Scandinavian heavy metal or heavy-music- with-metal-roots lends itself to an earnestly that’s a bit blush inducing, noise-rockers Årabrot on the other hand, along with many other stalwarts in the Norwegian underground, have grown in reputation for championing the weirdest of the ugly. Their unique attitude pushes the limits of heavy not just in terms of Slayer or Ministry thoughthose influences are there, but in the strange rhythms of Captain Beefheart, the grooviness of Scott Walker, or the lyricism of Nick Cave." (Ann Lee ..09)

Since the critical acclaim of their first three albums, Proposing a Pact with Jesus (..05)and Rep.Rep (..06), The Brother Seed ('09) notably produced by Billy Anderson of Melvins-Sleep fame, Årabrot have been touring Europe and USA with amongst others Qui, High on Fire, The Murder Junkies, Dalek, Kylesa and also filling a spot at the SXSW-festival ..09.

Solar Skeletons (BE/FR)  
Solar Skeletons is a duet consisting of Eric Desjeux a.k.a TZII and Nyko Esterle a.k.a RIPIT, formed in january 2006, to achieve their longtime collaboration and establishing therefore a conceptual band with no limit of genre nor process. Since then, the duet has recorded several anthems ranging from psychedelic dub to heavy booty bass, from dark acid techno to distorted electro punk, from decadent blues to drilling black metal, from power electronic to sinking drone. They also recorded numerous collaboration works with diverse musicians from around the globe as Steve MacKay (The Stooges, Violent Femes), Mike Watt (Minutemen, The Stooges), Marshall Allen (Sun-Ra Arkestra), Error (Latvia), Cochlea (Japan), Koonda Holaa (Cz/usa), 1997EV (Italy), HHY (Portugal), Le Dernier Cri (France), Bombyx (Belgium), Company Fuck (Australia), Gamaboy, Sikhara, Rko, Hop-Frog, Jason Lafarge, Temple Of Bonmatin, Sam Lohman, Alveols, Nevroz, D’incise, Klstr, Najah, Stalker, Otto von Schirasch, DJ Urine, Felakkkzion, Pilami, Synoxys, Jason Forrest, Hecate, Skatolo, a034... and more !

On Stage, Solar Skeletons enforce the intensity of their musical performence by dedicated video background scaled to the beat and costumes to snap the crowd up to their very own universe.

Braddock (BE)  
We are BRADDOCK. We just recorded a batch of songs for a 7" EP. It's the 1st volume in a series of live & raw recordings that don't fit on a full-length, or that demand a release of their own. Abrasive hardcore dementia & lo-fi blues. The other kind of blues. There's enough spineless, conformist, over-produced stuff around to fill your rooms, attics & basements with. Too many bands can't deliver on stage what they promise on record. We're not willing to play that game. This is a New Primitivism, aiming straight for the gut. Broken songs, damaged sounds. And words? Words don't even matter, words are merely tools.

One guy said we sound like The Jesus Lizard doing Napalm Death songs. Somebody else said the music makes no sense at all. And that's okay as well.

Later this year, we'll release a full album, an altogether different beast. More about that later.


Les oreilles / SOLAR SKELETONS live @ La8 radio show 10/10/09
« le: octobre 14, 2009, 22:38:25 pm »
das ist teschno

das musik das boum boum machen


Chouilles / nouveau site ZHARK international
« le: octobre 06, 2009, 11:30:18 am »

avec une compilkation gratuite pour le 12eme anniversaire du label.


Chouilles / WORDSOUND NIGHT @ la chocolaterie, bxl
« le: septembre 07, 2009, 16:41:46 pm »
Samedi 12 septembre 2009

à la Chocolaterie
27, rue van malder
1080 bruxelles
metro Etangs Noirs



20h / 5€

Les oreilles / Axolotl aprouval
« le: août 28, 2009, 16:52:53 pm »
Stoopid Design Axolotl + Giga delay boss

(gracieusement preter par Tzii)

Les oreilles / RIPIT "Hail the Beast"
« le: juillet 02, 2009, 14:38:55 pm »
Un ptit track frais et decomplexé pour un été tout en soleil...
ca réinvente pas le genre mais ca fait du bien
 smiley14  smiley14  smiley14  :smiley31:  :smiley31:  :smiley31:  :smiley52:  :smiley52:  :smiley52:  smiley12  smiley12  smiley12  smiley19  smiley19  smiley19  :banger:  :banger:  :banger:  :tronc:  :tronc:  :tronc:  :none:  :none:  :none:  :moignon:  :moignon:  :moignon:  :lame:  :lame:  :lame:  :smiley31:  :smiley31:  :smiley31:

Tous a poil et plus vite que ça / ciao bambi !
« le: juin 26, 2009, 13:17:14 pm »
le plus grand transformiste du siecle dernier nous a quitté, c'est pas grave, on s'en remettra, mais il nous a quand meme ben fait rire !

Les nouveautés de la musique libre / DUB GO's Wild compilation
« le: juin 08, 2009, 13:16:58 pm »
Voici la nouvelle compilation de DUB “distordue” avec l’aimable participation de RIPIT, ETIKET ZERO, CATERVA, MACRO ABSTRAKT, ADEN-ÔHM, THE DIGITAL MONKEY, TRASH VAN TRAXXX, SATURATIC X, BZA, ETHAN HOLE, et EOX.


« le: mai 04, 2009, 12:44:04 pm »
Le 15 mai au pavillon sauvage

Les nouveautés de la musique libre / Impaled Northern Moonforest
« le: avril 21, 2009, 17:08:59 pm »
projet de Seth Puttman (Anal Cunt)


a noter l'excellent générateur de titres

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