Dos D’ânes

(Ronda) Used CD $8.00

Hacking away on a homemade system and twisted electronic tools, eRikm and Noetinger gleefully activate levers, tactile screens and joysticks with the utmost concentration. Doneda makes the air shake with acoustic vibrations. Together, they give free rein to their audio tricks, buzzing, interference, constructive feedback, electro-shocks, concrete slipping, hazed quotes, white noise, saturations and incisive scratches.


Au Chevet Des Blessés

(Ronda) LP $18.00

Sébastien Borgo (guitar, electronics), Franq de Quengo (electronics), Olivier Manchion (bass, electronics), Nicolas Marmin (bass, electronics), and Edward Perraud (drums, percussion) founded The French Doctors when they performed with Damo Suzuki Network on October 5, 2003, at the Cafe de la Danse in Paris (documented on the second disc of Suzuki’s 2005 CD Hollyaris). Their performances that same year with Anla Courtis of Reynols and Jean-Hervé Perron of Faust are preserved in Jérôme Florenville’s documentary Le Chant de l’Imprévu. Translucent red vinyl. With poster, gauze bandage, and red sleeve covered with human blood. Edition of 200.


Ein Geisteskranker Als Künstler

(Ronda - RND11) CD $12.00

(Ronda - RND11) Used CD $6.00

Fourteen mesmerizing, nerve-wracking tracks from the archives recorded 1994 to 2006 by noise guitarist and founding member of French-Romanian experimental post-punk trio Sun Plexus 2. Guitar, bass, cymbal, analog synth, and misappropriated objects (45s, radio tube, “a person ‘trapped’ as drowsy” during Regreb and Ogrob’s Temple Of Rock installation) deliver ghostly visions from the depths of dark and wet caves. Expect nothing less from this member of Foi Pour Pusillanime, French Doctors, l’Autopsie A Révélé Que La Mort Etait Due A l’Autopsie, Le 9900, and Micro_penis.