Friday, March 3, 2017

Pigeons & The Insane Porridgemakers – Le Voyage (2009)



  • Psychedelic rock 
  • Noise rock 
  • Avant-rock 
  • Free jazz 
  • Experimental rock 
  • Dada music 
  • Freeformfreakout

Comment: by watching the narcotic and dreamy mixed cover print of this 12-track issue it can be admitted it is a fine introduction to the outing. Indeed, it is full of psychedelic plateaus, the snippets of free jazz and airy lounge boogie jamming and other insane approaches both by lyrical and sonic side. All the lyrics are sung in very Russian and the content of it it mostly phantasmagorical and surrealistic. I guess if such an album were produced approximately 80 years ago the author of it would be Salvador Dali, or Joan Mirò or somebody from the Russian Futurism movement. However, the aforementioned celebrities are indirect authors as are the forefathers of the Dada art movement and Italian noise artists like the brothers Russolo because the influences of them are clearly discernible within it. More profoundly, it is a discourse between madness, and order, between correlated elements, indeterminacy and incontinence (in many ways it can be thought). The issue is a part of the discography of a legendary Moscow-based imprint, Clinical Archives. The favourite track of mine is the final piece St. Abbas because it is predominant by the shrill and slamming bass plateau being introduced by spoken words and surrounded by loose sonic effects. Fabulous outing. 
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