Next week the CD and Cassette version of Kloot Per W – Arbre A Filles, his French-speaking long-player is released. The record that was made possible thanks to crowdfunding. The record Kloot had to make . The record skilfully produced by Pascal Deweze . The full live recording featuring guest musicians such as Mauro Pawlowski, Rudy Trouvé, Jan Hautekiet and Jan Blieck. The record likely to decide the ultimate fate of this label. You decide...
The CD is available in all good record shops distributed in the UK by Shellshock and Sonic Rendezvous/Bertus. The vinyl can also be pre-ordered in the same way. The cassette version is only available from us direct or Bandcamp
The video to Je Suis La Mort is here
The video to Arbre A Filles is here
“The f**k you attitude of the French new wave, via Lou Reed, Mick Harvey and Anton Barbeau, styled ‘Tu Me Troubles’ (“you disturb me”), which has both bristle and sophistication, coquettish doo wop female backing singers and a touch of Britpop melody. ‘Le Pays’ (“the country”) moves the action towards a smoky blend of the Jazz Butcher and the Bad Seeds, as satellites’ twinkled communications blink over a psychedelic starry, starry night café scene. A spooked Morricone creeps around on the vibrato, cooing female-voiced backed ‘Girl On The Phone’, but it’s Blixa Bargeld fronting the Os Mutantes in a haunted jazz lounge on the title-track.” – Monolith Cocktail
“Mainly refers to the early work of David Bowie and Lou Reed” – Musiczene