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TRIXIE STAPELTON 291 - SE TAIRE POUR UNE FEMME TROP BELLE

Fille Qui Mousse

 

Krautrock

3.64 | 11 ratings

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4 stars What a junk room "Trixie Stapelton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle" is ... released by a French Krautrock outfit FILLE QUI MOUSSE.

Regardless of the longest title, their album itself cannot notify me what they have meant to do. That is, the soundscape intentionally created by them is too complex and non-unified for me to understand or come into focus. Various experimental methods can spring out like a versatile instrument or a jack-in-the-box. Do not be deceived by the first track "Cantate Disparate" with uptempo groove, light and shade around the stuff ... absolute dry piano improvisation "Transcription Interrompue" or "Résistance Instinctive", dark percussive rhythm pitch-dark woods "Fraîcheur Et Amalgame" might be seasoned with their mind-altered condition. And let me emphasize the first highlight be "Esplanade" drenched in female sensuality, tragic dog barks, and weird synthesizer effects or noises for over five minutes, infernal growlin', into that I've been remarkably immersed (this tune could trigger my purchasing this album actually). Eccentric humanity whilst drone percussion and bubbling bobble sounds go forward simply can be seen in "Quatrième Épisode" ... pretty lazy and hypnotic call. Cannot realize at all the sense of "Transplantation", which has electric giggles and dead-man noises (that might mean meaningless?) ... the latter part of this album can remind me something like Semool's "Essais", especially the eighth "Antinomique" based on a keen violin solo and electric percussion. And furthermore, guess they might represent "coming back to earth" upon the last "L'eau Était Vitale", kinda refrain of the first track and the very last infernal depth.

You can understand, just when you listen to the album, this is Krautrock. So that, very close to one of Krautrock masterpieces this "Trixie Stapelton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle" is, let me say please. ;)

P.S. This album has been recommended by Mauro Moroni, the owner of Mellow Records - he always says this album be another masterpiece of Mellow. Thanks Mauro!

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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