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French artist LEROUGE is one of those creators of music that so far have chosen to keep a fairly low profile as far as his persona is concerned. He is French, around 50 years old, and released his first official CD Un Peu plus de Noir in 2010 through Musea Records. Three years later he released his second album Croisements. Besides his two physical albums LeRouge also have an extensive amount of digital only productions that are available through the Bandcamp website.

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 Un Peu plus de Noir by LEROUGE album cover Studio Album, 2010
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Un Peu plus de Noir
LeRouge Progressive Electronic

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

— First review of this album —
3 stars French composer LEROUGE is an artist who, biography-wise, has kept a rather low profile so far. He's 50-years-old, resides in the town of Goujounac, and as far as I have managed to ascertain "Un Peu Plus de Noir" is his first official CD, issued by Musea Records on their Gazul imprint in the fall of 2010.

Electronic music is a genre ranging from the relaxing contemplation of new age-inspired ventures to the freaked out non-musical efforts of the experimental enthusiasts. Lerouge's place in this picture is among the purveyors of melodic pieces, albeit a version whose take on it stays well off any paths already highly explored. Reverberating sounds and timbre fluctuations are the name of the game, set in dark, brooding and mostly minimalistic landscapes where metallic sounds and machine-inspired textures are frequently encountered. If this sounds enticing, this French artist may well have found himself a new fan in you, dear reader.

Thanks to windhawk for the artist addition.

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