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Performer:
Les Graciés
Album:
‎Low Doses
Style:
Industrial, IDM, Downtempo, Abstract, Experimental, Rhythmic Noise, Dark Ambient
Released:
14 Nov 2016
Country:
UK
Label:
Firecracker Recordings
Catalog:
FIREC 020LP
FLAC size:
2695 mb
MP3 size:
2096 mb
WMA size:
1071 mb


Tracklist


1Symetric Relatives
2Pan
3Salubrious
4The Entry Dance
5Compoly
6Low Doses
7The Reign After


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FIREC 020LP Les Graciés Low Doses ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd)Firecracker Recordings FIREC 020LP UK2016
FIREC020CD/CDLes Graciés Low Doses ‎(CD, Album)Firecracker RecordingsFIREC020CD/CDUK2016
FIREC020Les Graciés Low Doses ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Firecracker RecordingsFIREC020UK2017


Notes


Laser cut wooden sleeve Individually assembled & numbered and featuring a unique laser-cut front panel and painted inner designed by Al White. Limited to 35 copies for the world
Les Graciés is a collaboration in the truest sense between Paris-based sound artist Gaël Segalen and Deepblak co-founder Afrikan Sciences.
Segalen’s experiments in electroacoustic sound met the wider world this year via a debut LP for Erratum, an arresting work that showcases her ability to merge hypnotic murk ala Angus MacLise with the hard concréte of Parmegiani & Reibel. Segalen’s IHearU imprint / organisation is a platform for her various doings, including psychogeographical audio works and multi-media collaborations, as well as servicing as a reference point for other contemporary female artists working across various mediums. Eric Douglas Porter aka African Sciences has been deconstructing and re-building forms of contemporary Black music since the mid-2000’s, through releases on Deepblak (the label he co-runs with Aybee) and PAN. His musical universe is one of warping cadences and celestial melody, referencing the bold work of percussionists like Milford Graves & Art Jenkins, the dissonant chords of Motor City Techno and stripped back essence of early Chicago House matched with broken Hard Bop sentiments: all tied together with an aesthetic that sits somewhere between Sun Ra’s omniverse, Jean Giraud Mœbius and Dogon cosmology. Together as Le Graciés, Segalen and Porter make a wholly unclassifiable strain of music that, while containing recognisable elements of each individual's work, also creates a third entity in the process, which can be heard to stunning effect on their debut debut LP ‘Low Doses’ for Firecracker Recordings.


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