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FALOT 'Expérience blockhaus (over the rainbow)'
CD OUT NOW 5 euros
Static shit, noiseguitar solos, burried vocals
+ digital (free): http://decimationsociale.bandcamp.com/
FALOT REVIEW / RUMPSTI PUMSTI
first CD of Roro Perrot's FALOT project, blending HNW, wry vocals and noise guitar solos. I have to say that Perrot really has some nerves, it seems he is really aiming to produce the most horrible noise possible. for some (unconscious) reason i like it, but in a very 'what the fuck is he thinking?' way. just have a look at the cover! sounds like Serge Gainsbourg's hemorrhoids are bursting!
FALOT REVIEW / VITAL WEEKLY
FALOT - EXPÉRIENCE BLOCKHAUS (OVER THE RAINBOW) (CD by Musique Mauvaise)
ROMPRAI ETRON - MONTPELLIER ANAL PARASITE (CD by Musique Mauvaise)
Nick Land et el propose (it seems) an answer to rampant late capitalism which has destroyed humanity by consuming it, (a Capitalism still (it seems) run by rich outsiders in some space station or penthouse from which they gloat over their wealth gained from exploitation of the proletariat… and stroke their white pussies like in some Bond film…) which is a return to pre enlightenment days of cathedrals and I presume some society of serfs and Lords which ensures escape from consumerism in medieval bondage in which humanity can once again be human! (sic) This is an alternative to his (their) former idea of accelerating capitalism to its death… presumably without throwing out the baby (humanity)… What has this to do with the above? Well why has the great nay sayer Vomir (Romain Perrot) diversified the industrial production of fin de circle HNW into ‘music’ with lyrics - he has something to say? He wants to say something - NOW! So noise qua noise is dead? (it was never alive) “noiseguitar solos, buried vocals..” reappear like the bitch at the end of Fatal Attraction.. but here (not there) not to die again – but as an unkillable zombie? You can't shut humanity up… hmmmm…
So theories of noise qua noise collapse in folk music, volk music of pre-industrial medieval splendor – the graphics resemble Teutonic fables and a Heideggerean return to the poetry of Hölderlin, ignoring the concentration camps.. However this is to be expected, didn’t the minimalists either fade away in marihuana or revert back to opera. Nixon in China, Two Trains, The Cave… yes humanity at it most human wants stories, words and music, nursery rhymes in which to make sense, a sense which has a telos, and blocks the howl of the wind the wolf the God of Job…the actually of the meaninglessness of The World. We want evil, good and bad, knights and princesses, and eventually the Holy Mother of God. Maybe – or maybe just relief from the boredom of a universe of darkness without feeling or anima… But who is the “We” here? “Someone to open each and every door, But it ain't me, Someone who will die for you an' more, But it ain't me, babe, A lover for you life an' nothing more But it ain't me, babe…it ain’t me you are looking for” (jliat)
FALOT "vautré dans la nullité et protégé par l'éjaculation des serpents"
first demo available for download (free)
Static shit, noiseguitar solos, burried vocals
going deeper in bad experimental noise
10 € + shipping
Atrocious pop song, love song, and Ultra Shit Folk !
Chronique de Roromantique par METAMKINE
Notre ami Romain Perrot alias Vomir ou Roro Perrot a semble-t-il décidé maintenant de se consacrer avec assiduité à faire de la “musique mauvaise” (certains diront qu'il avait déjà commencé). Ici son folk à chier accordé au mauvais goût de la variété française ? ou du rock no wave ? où de l'on ne sait quoi ? Ce qui se veut anti commence à devenir son propre genre mais c'est tellement trop et exagéré que l'on continue d'apprécier, de la musique à la couverture, magnifique !
Atrocious pop song, love song, and Ultra Shit Folk !
special guests: Mogui on vocal track 1 and Yoshihiro Kikuchi on Drums fullside B
VOMIR "les escaliers de la cave"
new CD lim. 200 'corelease w/ Narcolepsia & Skumrex) 8 euros
CORE HARSH NOISE WALL
artwork by Jacques Noel (un regard moderne)
NO REMORSE !
VOMIR REVIEW / SOUND PROJECTOR
One of two items received from Romain Perrot in September 2013 is Les Escaliers de la Cave (DECIMATION SOCIALE / SKUM REX / NARCOLEPSIAHN), which he released under his Vomir cloak. An hour-long blast of abrasive abstract noise is preceded by a five-minute one on this CD. These two may be ‘Escalier 1’ and ‘Escalier 2’, though printed text on sleeve suggests there’s a third track ‘There’s a riot goin’ on’, which I somehow doubt is his tribute to the coked-up paranoid funk music of Sly Stone. Monstrous, unlistenable, Vomir’s work always reminds us of an avalanche, one that takes place in slow motion over a very long time, and where the rocks involved are dense, heavy, and very solid. One’s psyche emerges bruised and pummelled, assuming one even makes it out alive. Vomir sees the world as a perpetual slaughterhouse for our walking hunks of meat, and proposes that we savour the process of being transformed into viande hachée over the course of 60 insufferable minutes. Beautiful cover art by Jacques Noël; suggestive of illustrations from a 1920s fantasy novel.
RORO PERROT "musique vaurienne" CD lim. 150
5 € + shipping
MORE ULTRA-SHIT FOLK
acoustic & electric guitar, and harsh rant
also included "tu pèles des paupières" EP, previously only available as digital
REVIEW/ THE SOUND PROJECTOR
Bizarre skull-laden item from Romain Perrot, here performing under his Roro Perrot alias. This diminution of the Christian name is for me one of the more endearing traits of French culture; the way Henri becomes Riri, Estragon becomes Gogo, and so on. I think it’s the way a French mother shows affection for her children. As to that, you may think that only Romain Perrot’s mother could love a ramshackle album like Musique Vaurienne (DECIMATION SOCIALE), but you should bend an ear to this far-out item of disjunctive amateurish guitar noise and unearthly caterwauling and decide for yourself. An electric guitar is mangled and shredded, producing awful tuneless noises and formless shapes, with no attempt made by the player to disguise the clumsy, lumbering manner in which his paws clutch and tug at the metal strings and leaving all “mistakes” and duff notes as part of the finished work. Occasionally the guitar-playing is either fed through a clunky antique reverb unit, or else recorded as though Roro were playing in a deserted chicken coop at four AM – there’s that strange feeling of “distance” that recording engineers try their best to eliminate, and in places this is like hearing a live bootleg of The Magic Band recorded through an old sock. Then there’s the hideous singing, which lurches wildly from nauseating groans to primitive animalistic grunts and strange obsessive repetitions of dumb phrases, much like the mutterings of a raving loon. In all, this is an endearing and very human attempt to bring “rock music” right back to its radical beginnings – assuming those beginnings are aligned, not with Elvis Presley, but with the earliest days of Neanderthal Man. I realise that most listeners will lose patience in about five seconds with these broken non-musical outbursts, but Roro doesn’t care – the insouciance is shown not just in his music here, but also in the titles, which taken together in translation amount to “So what…fuck off…who gives a shit…nothing”. How much more Punk Rock do you want? It’s not the first time that Perrot has picked up a guitar, but this is a great example of his unique craft, simultaneously reinventing and parodying rock music on his own terms.
Latest Review: @ the Sound Projector
French artiste Romain Perrot endeared himself to us many years ago with the first thing I heard from him under his Vomir alias, even if that vocal-heavy item turned out to be quite untypical of the rest of the Vomir output (and I use the word advisedly) – he was proud of being the self-appointed king of “Harsh Noise Wall”, and spewed out multiple instances of small-run CDRs and cassettes where the atrocious and unlistenable electronic roar would not vary by one iota for its entire duration, often an hour at a time. I mention this so you’ll have some idea why this new item is from him is quite a departure . Credited to Roro Perrot et son héroroïne, it’s titled ta bouche de fraise me rend si sauvage (DECIMATION SOCIALE NO NUMBER), and it’s a devastating example of what he appears to call “Ultra-Shit Folk”, as if he’s just invented an entire micro-genre of his own and elected himself its sole practitioner. On it, he plays about 14 short tracks – some of them less than a minute in length – which consist of him frantically strumming an acoustic or semi-acoustic guitar, and gasping out his nauseating, incomprehensible vocals in a completely lunatic way. New depths of dreariness and incoherence are reached, in a matter of minutes; he plays, and he growls, like a wild beast. Some of the tracks are “enhanced” with spastic synth solos and sporadic drum beats, but the essential minimal and highly unpredictable framework prevails, making it hard for the listener to gain much traction. Exhibiting a complete disregard for production values of any sort, Roro Perrot appears to have simply turned on the recording device and let rip, holding true to the ideals and methods of the bedroom cassette genius of the 1980s. No structure, no tunes, no guitar chords, no songs – you get the feeling this material is just crawling out of his body, almost against his will. To finally confirm his rejection of all conventional values, the cover itself is a hilarious parody of “rock album” covers, as Roro poses with a long-haired leather-jacketed beauty in frankly rather unprepossessing surroundings and the pair of them fail to project much in the way of convincing “rock” moodiness in their mannered poses or bored-looking facial expressions. In short this is a fabulous work of unmitigated, natural genius which I totally recommend. If you want to experience the work of a real “outsider”, stop dithering over those Jandek LPs and walk this way.
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