Thursday, June 04, 2015
Following up to Chapelier Fou's 2014-released album "Deltas" is his new EP "Fuses" on Ici D'Ailleurs which is featuring four remixes of tracks taken from the album plus two new tunes, including the title track of this EP which fuses a picked guitar melody with vintage theatre / James Bond-flicks covering music and heavy dope beats whilst "Les Yeux De Mes Yeux", the second original tune on this one, enters the realms of overly friendly organic and violin-sporting Indietronica which one would've expected on labels like Morr Music or possibly Doxa in their early years. With "La Guerre Des Nombres (Daedelus 'War Of Numbers' Remix)" we're entering the field of more weakish instrumental AltHipHop for dreamy hippies, Johnny Rippers rework of "Tea Tea Tea" is on a more repetetive tip here, turning the picked guitar into a surprisingly neat piece of more experimentalist Minimal House of a kind and To Rococo Rot manage to land a little favorite with their Electro meets Post-PostRock fusion version of "Triads For Two". Finally Yakie is responsible for the second rework of "Tea Tea Tea" featured on this six-tracker and serves a highly recommended Electronica Rave anthem for advanced late night dancefloors that perfectly matches the once Rephlex coined term of Braindance. Save the best for last, they say, so Yakie wins.