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GEINS'T NAIT & L. PETITGAND - Make Dogs Sing

Format: do-LP
Label & Cat.Number: Offen Music OFFENMUSIC 009
Release Year: 2018
Note: after three successful albums since 2011, the two French electronic / experimental pioneers release this collection with so far unreleased and rare material..."... taking in woozy waltzes and shimmering keys on the one hand, and a palette of pebbledashed electronics and mutant voices on the other, the groups contemporary sound hints at some French analog to the film music of Wim Wenders or the eerier styles of mid-latter phase Coil.. " [Boomkat]
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"Geins't Nat is considered legendary at Offen Music. Releasing music since 1986, their last 3 albums have featured Laurent Petitgand (2011, 2014 & 2015). Now the label presents a collection of unreleased tracks that they hope will plunge you deep into the special world of GN & LP."



"Vladimir Ivkovics Offen Music have the privilege of presenting Geinst Nat & Laurent Petitgands possessed Gallic atmospheres to the uninitiated with Make Dogs Sing'; a collection of 13 new, previously unreleased songs that plunge us into GNs etheric otherworld ahead of a reissued classics, upcoming on Low Jacks Editions Gravats

Through the looking glass of Geinst Nat & Laurent Petitgand the world appears seductively psychedelic. Taking in woozy waltzes and shimmering keys on the one hand, and a palette of pebbledashed electronics and mutant voices on the other, the groups contemporary sound hints at some French analog to the film music of Wim Wenders or the eerier styles of mid-latter phase Coil, and works at a safer distance to the gnarled grooves of their cultish late 80s industrial releases, which are maybe better compared with Din A Testbild, NWW or TG.

Judging from the sounds on Make Dogs Sing, Geinst Nat have matured somewhat since their critical early phase. Rather than pranging drums and psychedelic electronics, they now apply similar principles of dislocated mixing trickery and groove-focussed methods to a breezier set of cues taken from film music and experimental ambient spectres, resulting a uniquely dissociative effect as the albums slips down the wormhole, back first, with any glimpses of light fading in front of you until their slowly ravishing, narcotic effect takes hold.

By the end of the album you wont be able to find a way out. But dont fret, the effect will come to pass, eventually." [Boomkat]