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Founded in Quebec City, Canada in 1980 - Still active as of 2018

MIRIODOR are one of the finest Canadian experimental progressives. A strong influence of the first Canterbury bands (EGG, GILGAMESH, UNIVERS ZERO's influence) is noticeable, as in the experience of the MUFFINS. They perform themes based on breaks and harmonic audacities with a technical facility and a lot of ideas that should please all the fans of a pioneering Progressive. There is plenty of good sax playing which contributes to that jazzy improvised sound attributed to the Canterburries. The band describe themselves as "rock-oriented post-modern chamber music, with definite humorous overtones".

The band is centered on Pascal Globensky (keyboards) & Rémi Leclerc (drums) who have appeared on every album. Bernard Falaise became the regular guitarist from '95's Jongleries Elastiques. The band has been a regular on the Progressive Rock Festival circuit having appear at Nearfest, Progscape, Progday, RIO & Gouveia.

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4.24 | 59 ratings
Rencontres
1986
3.48 | 51 ratings
Miriodor
1986
3.97 | 48 ratings
3.rd Warning / 3.è Avertissement
1991
4.19 | 65 ratings
Jongleries Élastiques
1996
4.01 | 58 ratings
Mekano
2001
4.18 | 68 ratings
Parade
2005
4.21 | 103 ratings
Avanti !
2009
3.92 | 60 ratings
Cobra Fakir
2013
3.79 | 52 ratings
Signal 9
2017

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4.00 | 11 ratings
Live 89
2009

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4.20 | 5 ratings
Tot Ou Tard
1987

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 Rencontres by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 1986
4.24 | 59 ratings

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Rencontres
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The self-released debut LP by Miriodor finds the band drawing from diverse prog subgenres. It's only natural that this includes the jazz-rock stylings of the likes of Maneige, since Miriodor also hail from Quebec, and there's also the humour of the likes of Samla Mammas Manna or the Muffins in play, as well as extensive influence from the likes of Egg, Hatfield and the North, and National Health - none of whom could exactly be described as dour.

The end result is a sort of Canterbury-ish RIO-y sort of jazz-rock mayhem, and one delivered with deft skill by the players. Putting out a debut album with this sort of sound in 1986 was a risky prospect, but such is the quality of the material that if you sent it back to 1976 it could have gone toe-to-toe with any of the group's influences.

 Signal 9 by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.79 | 52 ratings

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Signal 9
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars 4.5 stars. An absolute gem this one is. First of all the band dedicated this album to multi-instrumentalist Francois Emond who passed away this past year and was one of the founding members. His work on their debut was so impressive and that happens to be my favourite album by them. I think the most impressive thing about MIRIODOR's new album is just how many twists and turns we get pretty much with each song. And it's not that this is turn on a dime insanity at all, it's the way they introduce completely new themes then repeat them sometimes. Every song has something that I really like about it. Now I'm not into circus melodies at all or this might be a 5 star album, not that there's a lot of them.

"Venin" opens with spacey synths before a rhythm kicks in that's a little off-kilter(haha). Organ too then we get a calm before it kicks back in in a deranged and powerful way. Love that dark sound too and check out that bass before 2 minutes. Nasty! A lighter and complex section takes over before 2 1/2 minutes then it turns silly(circus melody). Love the melancholy that follows before 3 minutes. So good! Guitar to the fore with percussion 3 1/2 minutes in.

"Peintore Dans Le Coin" opens with intricate sounds that pulse, beat etc. It settles into a heavy groove with piano over top then the guitar replaces the piano. I do like the angular guitar. Electric piano and a determined rhythm after 1 1/2 minutes. Nice. A feel good section for me. The flavour keeps changing though as we get a heavier sound after 3 1/2 minutes. More angular guitar after 4 minutes. "Transit De Nuit A Jakarta" opens with the sounds of a horn from a train then a heavy groove kicks in with experimental sounds in tow including mellotron-like sounds. Such a cool section that goes on and on to the end.

"Portrait-Robot" is one of my favourites. This has a catchy beat with synths over top before it turns more powerful with angular guitar, organ and more. It becomes avant briefly then heavy before 2 minutes. Insanity! A dark and creepy calm follows(so good!) but when the heaviness returns it's sounds so much like KING CRIMSON with the mellotron and very heavy sound. Incredible! Suddenly a circus melody arrives out of nowhere after 4 1/2 minutes but it's brief as a completely different sound takes over of upbeat beats and guitar. Circus stuff. Then it calms right down before 7 minutes to a haunting ending.

"Deboires A Munich" opens with what sounds like a picked stringed instrument as the music builds to an uptempo pace with drums and guitar leading the way. Some faint vocal sounds and keyboards too. Really cool. "Chapelle Lunaire" is a favourite and it has this repetitive beat in a dark and industrial soundscape to begin with(headphone music) before turning light with a beat, bass and keyboards. An experimental calm takes over before 2 1/2 minutes, organ too. It doesn't kick back in until around 3 minutes but it's faster paced. Some crazy synths and humerous sounds. A dark mood arrives before 4 1/2 minutes then it's like they jam. So good! Beats only end it.

"Cryogenie" is a short experimental piece that works good with headphones. So interesting as these sounds come and go in a dark atmosphere. The organ before a minute is avant as it builds. "Passage Secret" opens with laid back keyboards and electronics as it starts to build and become even more experimental. Suddenly after a minute the drums, guitar, bass and full sound kicks in. So good! A light calm takes over after 2 minutes that lasts until before 4 1/2 minutes when strummed guitar, a beat and synths take over. It then kicks into a more energetic sound a minute later. Great sounding bass here. A change 6 minutes in as we get a catchy beat with liquid keys and atmosphere. Great sound! Organ too then we get a more determined sound with electronics and drums after 8 minutes, spacey synths too. So innovative.

"Gallinule D'amerique" is a short uptempo and experimental track with electronics and a circus vibe. The organ pulses with electronics and a beat before a minute. "Douze Petities Asperges" is also fairly short at over 2 1/2 minutes. This is mellow with bass, a beat and vibes? Electric piano takes over at 1 1/2 minutes as it turns darker.

"Le Ventriloque Et Le Perrouquet" is the over 8 minute closer. A powerful atmosphere like thunder really as abrasive sounds come in briefly. A circus-like melody follows. It's experimental before 1 1/2 minutes. Pretty cool then a beautiful section follows. The cymbals and atmosphere sound gorgeous. That circus melody is back as it comes and goes. Deep sampled vocals 3 minutes in seem to growl in atmosphere with bass. The vocals stop before 4 minutes but they return briefly with piano before 4 1/2 minutes. A great sounding section follows with guitar over top. Relaxed is the word as those vocals return briefly once again. Some intense guitar then that circus melody returns after 5 1/2 minutes. Love the spacey atmosphere though. There's those deep vocals again after 7 minutes as this continues to the end.

There's so much about this album that blows me away but that's off-set by some sections that aren't my thing but those are usually brief. So close to 5 stars regardless. One of the best from 2017.

 Signal 9 by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.79 | 52 ratings

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Signal 9
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Walkscore

3 stars Much Quirk, Less Musical.

The most recent album by Miriodor, Signal 9, ramps up the quirk factor, but in the process loses some of the musicality that made albums like Avanti so good. There are more stops and starts, and the transitions often seem too quick, not fully thought out. Simply put, the music flows less well on this album. This is not to say that there isn't some great music here - there is. The opening track, Venin, provides a good start, and the high quirk level (or, as some reviewers call it, 'staccato' approach) on the second track ('Peinture Dans Le Coin') to a large extent constitutes its charm and musicality. But not all the tunes are so compelling, and this is generally not an album one will want to listen to all the way through very often. A lot of the tunes are shorter and less developed, snippets really, and so have less musical heft, and the contrast between tracks can be jarring. In general, in addition to the first two tracks, I like the longer ones here. 'Portrait-robot' (in English "Identikit", or reconstructed portrait) is the best track - starts off really heavy and crunchy, turns dark and quieter in the middle, then becomes very melodic with a baroque-like bass pattern through to its ending. That one is very musical. The last two minutes of 'Chapelle Lunaire' are also great, very musical, but the first four minutes that one must wade through to get there leave me flat. 'Secret Passage' contains some great parts too (wonderful last 3.5 minutes!), but again, not the whole thing, and some parts simply drag. The long closing track, 'Le Ventriloque Et Le Perroquet' (The Ventriloquist and the Parrot) is up there among the better tunes here too, fairly inventive with strange vocal effects and patterns, some nice minor-key fairground chord progressions, and some great dissonant interlocking guitar lines, although I find the telephone ring that accompanies the main quirky theme annoying. Indeed, many parts of this album seem intended to grate for the purpose of waking you up, or something. This would be fine if there were a good reasons to be so woken, but I find there are not enough musical sections to justify the non-musical parts. So, a mixed bag with some good music, but I would recommend other Miriodor albums before this one. I give this 6.9 out of 10 on my 10-point scale, which translates to (mid) 3 PA stars.

 Avanti ! by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.21 | 103 ratings

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Avanti !
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Walkscore

4 stars Excellent! One of Miriodor's best, most musical, albums.

Avanti, for me, is the album on which Miriodor shine brightest. Their quirky, complex and sometimes atonal music can seem cold and calculated, and on some other albums it leaves me a bit cold, but on Avanti it is put in the service of creating great compelling music. On this album, every track is special, the music flows really well, and I am always drawn to listen to the whole album all the way through - I can't turn it off actually. Miriodor have added guest horn players on this album too, and there are more solos on this one than most Miriodor albums, giving this album a lot more soul and warmth (even when the music is meant to be intentionally cold). The music shifts effortlessly between riff-based themes, to math-rock interlocking electric guitar patterns, fair-ground atmospheres, some really difficult time signature-based lines, and dark distortion-drenched sonic landscapes. While the album gets off to a great start with 'Envoutement' (bewitchment), the quality of the music here remains remarkably constant (high) throughout. Also, on this album, the melodies are a lot more memorable than on many other Miriodor pieces. The horn lines on the second track (Bolide Debile, or Dare Devil) for instance, are highly memorable while adding some jazzy guts to the album (as does the guest trumpet solo on this track). The fourth track ('Ecart-Type', or Standard Deviation) combines a funk shuffle beat with a punk ethos, math-rock interlocking guitar-key lines, and popcorn-like electric guitar melody that sticks in the head. Very musical. 'A determiner' (to be determined) builds quietly to great seemingly out-of-time jazz-cantebury jam before breaking into quirky electronic funk six minutes in with an excellent guest sax solo. The last two tracks (the title track, Avanti!, and Reveille-Matin, or Alarm Clock) provide some great dark atmospheric moments, with distorted guitars, quirky RIO-like runs, and Crimson-like building chord progressions. All in all a very musical and original album. This is the Miriodor album I would recommend picking up first. I give it 8.7 out of 10 on my 10-point scale. An excellent addition to any collection.

 Cobra Fakir by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.92 | 60 ratings

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Cobra Fakir
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Walkscore

3 stars Quirky and inventive, but a bit cold.

Miriodor are currently from Montreal (Canada), and perform a quirky and complex form of instrumental music. Despite their beginnings and the label attached to them here, I actually think they belong more in the 'eclectic' category than RIO or avant. While they occasionally use atonality and avant styles, their music more often involves complex lines and runs over top of fairly consistent and even normal drum beats (much more like an instrumental Gentle Giant than, say, Henry Cow). Cobra Fakir from 2013 is their second-most recent album. Not as good as the predecessor (Avanti), but better than their most recent album (Signal 9), it is a mixed bag, but contains some great music. My favourites are the title track ('Cobra Fakir'), 'Titan' (the most RIO/avant track here), and 'Speed Dating sur Mars' (the latter has a definite GG feel to it). If only the whole album had been this musical. None of the tracks here are off-putting, mind you, but many of the remaining tracks are not overly musical either. In general, the first half of the album is better than the second half, and some might find it a bit tiring to listen to all the way through. The one thing I would like to see more in Miriodor are solos - they really like to practice the tough coordinated or counter-point lines, but they don't really like to solo. There are only a few solos here, mostly short electric guitar solos. They could also explore more their jazzy-side - much of this music would lend itself well to jazz fusion, but the band seems intent on steering their music away from jazz. This is fine, but it means the music ends up feeling a bit cold. Solos would warm it up, add some soul. So, one the whole, some difficult complex quirky music - worth checking out - but could have been even better. I give this album 7.3 out of 10 on my 10-point scale, which translates to 3 PA stars.

 Signal 9 by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.79 | 52 ratings

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Signal 9
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars So the Canadians are back with their ninth studio album, and a slight change in line-up as they move back to a quartet, but as all of the guys play multiple instruments anyway there isn't a noticeable difference in that area. As with the excellent 'Cobra Fakir', the first word that springs to mind is 'staccato', as this is music that is rapidly moving around and for the most part doesn't have time for long held-down chords but just wants to get on with it. Coming from a RIO/Avant background, they have been listening to some of the early Canterbury bands as well as to King Crimson and Art Zoyd to create something that is always interesting and complex, and just a little different to much that is available within the prog scene, let alone mainstream.

It is the type of album that will polarise opinions, as those who like it will enjoy it a great deal, while others will fall into the 'what on earth are you listening to' camp, and won't give this album the time it both needs and deserves to get the most out of it. This is complex, with lots of melodies and counter-melodies, with Bernard Falaise often crunching the guitar against myriad keyboard sounds, but that can all change in an instant. It is music that does demand respect and attention, and those prepared to do just that will get a great deal out of this, as it is incredibly rewarding.

 3.rd Warning / 3.è Avertissement by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 1991
3.97 | 48 ratings

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3.rd Warning / 3.è Avertissement
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars At the fall of 1988 Miriodor took part at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville and in 1989 they made a significant tour in Europe, visiting France and Belgium.Next move was to enter the La Prairie Studios in March 1991 and work on their next album.Being their third work this was entitled ''3e avertissement'' (''3rd warning''), released the same year on the Cuneiform label.

While not much has changed stylistically speaking compared to the previous album, it seems that the Miriodor trio worked and played in a more tight and consistent enviroment.They appear to be comfortable with the sampled instrumental parts, the talent was always there and the result was a great R.I.O./Fusion album, filled with deep orchestral moves, dramatic sax work and heavy use of synthesizers.Tracks are pretty short, but with so much going on a longer running time would have resulted a more tiring effort as a whole.Cleverly enough, not taking advantage of the CD's extended time, they presented some 45 minutes of beautiful, orchestral music with jazzy influences and more modern touches, highlighted by the intense sax/keyboards interplays, the flawless drumming and the endless breaks from dense instrumentals to more atmospheric deliveries.Melodious themes appear to have returned and be a decent part of Miriodor's music, combined nicely with strong dissonances and complex arrangements.Despite the limited instrumentation, the executions are always powerful and passionate with some romantic, laid-back interruptions, fronted by a frenetic Sabin Hudon on sax and the cinematic use of synthesizers.Propably a more natural sound would have been even better, but even so this is high-class RIO with certain Fusion touches.

Very serious, but always well-crafted music, showing Miriodor return to top level.Even if R.I.O. is not among your cups of tea, this one deserves some careful listenings.Great to fantastic material, highly recommended.

 Cobra Fakir by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.92 | 60 ratings

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Cobra Fakir
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Sean Trane
Special Collaborator Prog Folk

3 stars 3.5 styars really!!

Yet another line-up change for Miriodor, who reverts (temporarily) to a trio format, but in the studio, it makes little difference as all three members play many different instruments, this time including turntables, though you won't be hearing any hip-hop. However the album's title is somewhat misleading as it could induce one into thinking that the band explored the Asian subcontinent's music. Alas! If there are some Indian music elements, they're probably integrated too subtly for my not-so- inexperienced ears, but AFAIAC, I heard none in this album. Actually, we're heading in the opposite direction from what their previous album, Avanti had led us. Can we talk of a step backwards? Of course not, we are on more familiar grounds than Avanti had us, and one can only regret it.

If the first few numbers hover around the usual Miriodor sonics ("yet again", one could almost say), things are gradually changing with the help of the turntable effects and the overall soundscapes and moods are getting heavier and moodier. By the half of the album, you'll think a few times of Crimson, but it gets even deeper, in a "UZ crossed with Pink-era Tangerine Dream" sense but with that typical Miriodor touch. And what to say of the album's closing piece, which is simply stupendous, almost having you beg for more of the same; while at the album's early stages, you were despairing for something new. While I definitely prefer their previous Avanti, Cobra is certainly one of their better one, but mainly so because of its second half.

 Cobra Fakir by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.92 | 60 ratings

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Cobra Fakir
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

5 stars Miriodor formed in 1980 in Québec City, and have been through some different band formats since then, but are currently a trio comprising founding musicians Pascal Globensky (keyboards, synths, piano) and Rémi Leclerc (drums, percussion, keyboards, turntable) along with longtime member Bernard Falaise (guitars, bass, keyboards, banjo, turntable). Miriodor have long been members of the international RIO movement, but what I find amazing is just how immediate this music is, although it is complex in the extreme and some would find it incredibly challenging. To my ears it is a staccato world where not only am I welcome, but it is somewhere that I want to stay as long as I can.

They have definitely given this album the right title, as a cobra fakir is a snake charmer, who uses carefully concocted melodies to put the mighty reptile into a trance from which there is no escape. That is the same here, as once this hits the player nothing else exists. Imagine Gentle Giant and King Crimson combined at their most eclectic and not allowed out of the studio until they have come up with something that is breathtakingly brilliant, and you may be close to what this is all about. There is no doubt in my ears that this is one of the most important albums ever to come from the wonderful Cuneiform stable and here is something for everyone into RIO, prog, avant music, jazz and/or they have an open mind as to where music can take them. In many ways hard to describe, and definitely hard to ignore, this is a compelling piece of work.

 Cobra Fakir by MIRIODOR album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.92 | 60 ratings

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Cobra Fakir
Miriodor RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Suedevanshoe

4 stars Miriodor continues its trend as the most accessible and inventive avant prog out there. Twitches, buzzes, dives, and lurches wind their way through musical muck that somehow makes sense and fits together as a coherent whole. As with their excellent previous record, Avanti!, some songs are stretched the the seven, eight, and nine minute marks, interspersed with some shorter sonic explorations.

In terms of highlights, I truly like the acoustic opener, obviously owing a debt to Bernard Falaise and his work with the Conventum reunion in 2012. This is not the only acoustic song on the disc, and this band keeps plugging away paving new terrain in the progressive world. I truly believe this group is the Can of its generation, decades and decades ahead of their time.

Miriodor is a sorely underexposed group, Cobra Fakir is a thrilling listen and fits very nicely in Miriodor's top notch catalog. If you haven't already, check out their previous albums from the 2000's. Fans of Univers Zero and the RIO movement will find lots to like here, and adventurous listeners will be rewarded handsomely.

Miriodor is recommended to jazz fans as well. This record could easy pass for jazz if Medeski Martin and Wood were creative enough to sound like Miriodor.

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