La Flore Intestinale , Ethnomite Pux , Sid Yiddish – Ménage À Trois


Artists: La Flore Intestinale , Ethnomite Pux , Sid Yiddish
Title: Ménage À Trois
Keywords: devotional ethnomite pux la flore intestinalesid yiddish noise Sacré Coeur

This starts with the sound of rain or a public urinoir with lots of happy bladders being emptied at the same time. It gets a nice crunch and some additional singing can be picked up in the fuzzy fizz of rain or urine. Somehow the scene feels intimate and distant at the same time, as if a pop singer is taking a (golden?) shower and uses the sound of the watery substance falling down to abandon the fear of hearing One’s own voice.

Here she sings freely and beautifully & if you focus to listen through the crusty noise you can hear how beautifully successful she is in doing so. A few electronic claps slips through probably sporadically applauding the artists and their booming results. Some friendly mouse also seem to lend its mouse-eeps to the recording, making it a bombastic feast of a loud togetherness. It becomes more gruesome and mushy the track flickers along, as if it makes little poops of clay and places it in your hearing canals.

With ‘White & red’ we get a frosty dream covered in a hot sauce of mysteriousness. The man with the intriguing voice of our dreams named ‘Sid Yiddish’ tells us the dream that goes so well with the soundscape, one which is of a warm room temperature that is cool enough not to make a ice-cream melt.

Another vocal performance meets sound with ‘Fetish noise driver 3G’ which comes with a deranged cabaret-voice that speaks and mumbles to us while a vibrant soundscape that sets a scene of a unknown twilight morning. A strange instrument plays in the back like a fiddling pied piper to get the rats out of town. Maybe you can hear it lurking you to the following link:
https://tondoigtdansmoncul.bandcamp.com/album/m-nage-trois
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