oops! you noticed it, we skipped a weekend. that’s true, but we’ve got an excuse: we were at the victoriaville festival. otherwise, as you can see, we’ve got two brand new albums, both from newcomers. hopefuls take notice: if you send us demos as cool as these, we’ll definitely want to release them on no type.
we were saying. junggrammatiker is a north american artist whom we don’t know much about, other than we like their music. junggrammatiker is the name of their mini-album (hey, that’s the same word). the artist explained to us that they make their music solely from old drum machines. one thing’s for sure, said drum machines are put to very good use. we are eager to see what this artist will do next.
& then, we’ve got mille-pattes, which is one of the multiple monikers from montreal-based mathieu bourret. & then we’ve got an album called, you name it, mille-pattes. how crazy is that? anyway, here’s another one who deserves all our respect for sending us a surprising demo that doesn’t sound like anything we know, meaning it’s a perfect fit for no type. we hope you’ll enjoy it too.
i’ve got to end this but first, two short news. first, the new nicolas bernier album, ail et l’eau faille, gets talked about quite a lot on the blogs: he gets the red carpet treatment on rubored & wundertunes among other places. & what else, next week, we’re releasing catalogue number 100. which is not our 100th release (that was some time ago, what can you do, our numbering scheme is a bit weird) but still. & who do we have for this magical number? surprise! we’ll tell you next week. a hint & a word of warning: it’s a great comeback.
as you’ve probably figured out already, no typers are quite fond of science fiction (if you doubt that, see our sine fiction series), and most particularly its most bizarre, dangerous or outlandish aspects. so we were quite sad to learn the recent passing of kurt vonnegut, author of, amongst other titles, slaughterhouse-five, cat’s cradle, breakfast of champions and the sirens of titan. & speaking of that last one, & speaking also of sine fiction (see how everything is connected? that’s called magic), our good old friend érick d’orion created a brand new soundtrack to this famous novel, which gives us: sine fiction vol.XIX) the sirens of titan! a good way to soothe your ears while granting one last salute to a great man of american letters. see you next week!
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