with violin, drums, electronic, voices ... and throats
Èlg, aka Laurent Gérard, Kaumwald
Ernest Bergez aka Sourdure, Kaumwald
"This is electrified ping-pong music. This music pings and pongs.
Ping-pong balls are commonly used in experimental piano music.
They are chancey things. And they are cheap; you can buy a wack of them for next to nothin’. Orgue Agnès bounces in loose time and dances and reflects. It is reflective bouncing dance music.
With little effort - or little to no intention – ping-pong balls set off a derive of small detailed sounds. They are lit alive - light and lighthearted.
They jump for joy. I am talking about Orgue Agnès and ping-pong balls.
A lot of A Une Gorge sounds like it was made with electrifc ping-pong balls bouncing inside of a throat or a mouth. A mouth-full of electricity.
A throat (like a mouth) is a filter.
« wah wah woah wow-wah. »
A mouth-throat is a wah. Une gorge is a dancehall.
Orgue Agnès "A Une Gorge" and this music sounds like it was made inside of one.
As strange and wonderful as it sounds. " Eric Chenaux
they publish their first LP called "A une gorge" ("at a throat") on Three:Four Records