Bogie Bogie : s/t

  Bogie Bogie is the one-shot recording of an anonymous guitar duo, happened live in a private flat overlooking the river in Liège somewhere around 2008. Destroyed acoustic in the vein of Tsarskoïe Selo Hemophilarmonic clashes with fragmented electric spawned by Przewalski’s Horses technique, and makes for 30 minutes of free improvisation, leaning at times… Continue reading Bogie Bogie : s/t

L’improvisation musicale au XXème siècle

L'improvisation musicale au 20ème siècle (PDF) is a mémoire I've written ten years ago about the evolution of improvisational practices in contemporary music, during my studies of aesthetics in ULB (Brussels). It was directed by Thierry Lenain. With all its flaws, I guess it can be of some interest here. Also, it includes an interview… Continue reading L’improvisation musicale au XXème siècle

Przewalski’s Horses

The duo of complete neophytes in classical music terms, Przewalski’s Horses is an ever-changing, always experimenting outfit, frolickin in the margins of the musical spectrum, much like Przewalski’s breed of wild horses in the Chernobyl Zone - that is, in areas where you aren’t supposed to grow healthily. See here for a 2011 interview: http://musicyourmindstillloveyou.blogspot.fr/2011/08/przewalskis-horses-story-constantin.html… Continue reading Przewalski’s Horses

Draisine : The Speaking Clock

"I was feelin’ kinda lonesome and blue I needed somebody to talk to So I called up the operator of time Just to hear a voice of some kind “When you hear the beep it will be three o’clock” She said that for over an hour And I hung up" Bob Dylan, Talkin' World War… Continue reading Draisine : The Speaking Clock