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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ruminant (11:40)
2. Beater (7:59)
3. Stereotypy (14:57)
4. Entertainment (5:32)

Total Time 40:08

Line-up / Musicians

- Amadeus Fries / drums
- Christian Zemp / guitar
- Elio Amberg / saxophone
- Noah Arnold / saxophone

Releases information

LP Club D鋘emark CDR001LP (2020)

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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams
3 stars Definitely brutal Krautrock.

A Swiss avantgarde jazz rock quartet SC'''F launch eccentric but violent chamber sound explosion coloured with their own noise language. Their latest album "Weaving Elephants" is drenched in their original sticky melodic attacks. What a surprise they can unify their instrumental moments and movements in such a precise manner, but I believe their perfect assimilation can do such a brilliant work.

Although the rhythmic basis is complicated and perplexed, every single phrase is simple and cute. And gradual developments of sound are quite interesting. These phenomena (especially the former part of the second track "Beater") remind me of the similarity to Satan Alfa Beel Atem or so. The first lava flow "Ruminant" is as the title says. Wild crazy saxophone-oriented phrases push our inner brain again and again. Weird percussive footprints stir us up and down. The latter phase of "Beater" is completely of contemporary Krautrock filled with noisy madness and mysterious sound unification.

"Stereotypy" can be said just as Swiss Semool. Gradual sound developments featuring synthesizers and saxophones have been invading into our stomach. Irregular, non-catchable melodic / rhythmic collective cannot easily be digested. Dissected obstinate experimental grandeur. The last "Entertainment" gives us sarcastic attachment, along with repetitive madness. Quite tiny is every single phrase but the collection of elements are supremely flavourful. They do not say any difficult thing but full of pleasure due to such a sincere aggregate of eerie components.

Experimentalism rules, different from one by Horde Catalytique Pour La Fin though.

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