Ghedalia Tazartes and David’s Demosarus Label

October 16, 2004 at 9:44 pm Leave a comment

David F strikes again posting another good musical schwag on his blog
here

http://www.livejournal.com/users/david_f/95770.html

Ghedalia Tazartes, the french man who managed to overcome the
Algamarghen label’s strictly conceptual credo by sheer sonic alienation
returns. Employing keyboards, un-trained and trained vocals, with
hustles of influences as varied as Jaques Brel, Henri Chopin, Soweto
pop, Serialism, and new wave. If you have to pin an artist to a
forefather than Tazartes contemporaries lay strictly in the future: The
Talking Heads, Animal Collective, and really that’s about it. Tazartes
never made a theory of his music, instead it’s brazen aesthetics
breathe out an identity that accepts fracture as it’s starting point,
equally at home with retro-synthetic squalls as he is playing what
sounds like paper instruments & a fabricated african tribe chanting
over it. Amazing stuff, perhaps not as good as previous material, but I
haven’t heard the full album yet.



http://demosaurus.free.fr/mp3/
Voyage%20a%20l%27ombre%20%28part%206%29.mp3

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