THE SNOBS « BLEND THE HORSE! »
64 pages colour book with a CD
Brand New Album by the French Duo THE SNOBS. For Psych-Pop Lovers!
Transparent clear blue vinyl LP + A4 insert + 1 postcard + download code
LP – BIS-008-U – Limited Edition 200 copies
Transparent clear blue vinyl LP + A4 insert + 30/30 numbered and signed insert + Bonus track download card + 4 postcards + download code
LP – BIS-008-U – Limited Edition 100 copies
We are very sad to announce that our dear friend Ghédalia Tazartès passed away on Feb 9th, 2021.
It has been such a pleasure working with him since 2014.
Unfortunately he won’t see the two new releases we were working on with him recently.
We will remember his smile, his friendship and his great music.
More on Ghédalia here
Goodbye Steve, it has been a pleasure working with you.
Steve Dalachinsky (29.09.1946 – 15.09.2019) with The Snobs and the BISOU Team, Paris, 2019
Felk Moon, c’est :
un disque vinyl avec 500 pochettes uniques, dessinées par Red
(dont 2 séries limitées: 100 pochettes « OR » & 100 pochettes « SANGUINES »)
Vous pouvez dès a présent sélectionner la(es) pochette(s) de votre choix
Des pochettes « XMAS SPECIAL » sont déjà disponibles !
Pour la série « OR » ( il reste une vingtaine d’exemplaires disponibles)
les « SANGUINES » seront disponibles bientôt
Des exemplaires seront disponibles directement sur ce site en fin de semaine prochaine.
Red ouvre Felkmoon par la boucle du dernier morceau de Felk, son 1er album sorti en 2000, avec la voix de Margot Lambin à 3 ans et 20 ans. Accueillant l’imprévu des sons familiers et les bruits du dehors, ce nouvel album a également été enregistré à la maison, portes et fenêtres ouvertes.
Dans son univers tendre et intimiste il invite Bertrand Belin (violon, voix et basse) le temps d’un duo chaud et vibrant, convoque l’esprit de Gil Scott-Heron à travers sa version de « We Almost Lost Detroit », convie son complice Philippe Tessier (saxophone ténor) qui apporte une touche free au blues folk électronique de Red sur « I’m Weird ».
Felk Moon is :
a vinyl record with 500 unique covers, each drawn by Red
(including two limited editions of 100: Golden Serie and « Sanguine » Serie)
Some « XMAS SPECIAL » covers are already available !
There is less than 20 copies of the Golden Serie still available.
The « SANGUINES » Serie will be available soon.
Copies will be available on this website next week
Red opens Felk Moon by the loop of the last track of Felk, his first album released in 2000, with the voice of Margot Lambin at 3 and 20 years old. Welcoming the unexpected of familiar sounds and outdoor sounds, this new album was also recorded at home, doors and windows open.
In his tender and intimate world he invites Bertrand Belin (violin, voice and bass) for a warm and vibrant duo, summons the spirit of Gil Scott-Heron through his version of « We Almost Lost Detroit », invites his accomplice Philippe Tessier (tenor saxophone) who brings a free touch to Red’s electronic folk blues on « I’m Weird ».
Each cover is unique, hand drawn by the artist himself.
Edward Ka-Spel / Steven Stapleton
The Man Who Floated Away
Colin Potter / Quentin Rollet
The Closer You Are To The Centre, The Further You Are From The Edge
Limited Edition: LP 12” + Two 59mm Badges + One Signed and Numbered 59mm Badge + 2 Postcards – BIS-006-U-LTD – 100 copies
LP 12” – BIS-005-U / Release date: January 25, 2018
Style: country, pop, folk, jazz
BISOU asked Eugene Chadbourne to do an album for children and he proposed an album about horror movies and monsters. Some references are obvious like ‘The Thing’, ‘Blacky Lagoony’, etc, and some are about strange characters ‘Vampire Tiger Girl’, and some are covers (Sam and the Shams, Shockabilly).
It’s probably the best recorded album of Eugene Chadbourne. Eugene met Steve Beresford and Alex Ward in London at Eastcote Studios (where Adele, Duran Duran, Aswad, Tindersticks and Depeche Mode recorded !). They used a good part of the instruments available there (grand piano, wood organ, many amps, loads of keyboards).
LP 12” – BIS-006-U / Release date: January 25, 2018
Style: Experimental, Electronic, Drone, Collage.
This record reveals two new musical encounters.
For the first time together, author, vocalist and keyboard player Edward Ka-Spel (Legendary Pink Dots, Tear Garden) and sound collage wizard Steven Stapleton (Nurse With Wound) offer us a 19 plus minute long piece called The Man Who Floated Away, composed and recorded in 2017. On the other side, the master of drone Colin Potter (Nurse With Wound, Monos) and french free sax player Quentin Rollet (guest with The Red Krayola, Nurse With Wound, Mendelson, David Grubbs, DRAME …) present a long suite called The Closer You Are To The Center, The Further You Are From The Edge their first collaboration ever, recorded in London in 2012, with special guest Isabelle Magnon on piano.
CD – BIS-007-U/FR-CD 30 / Style: free jazz, improv, power trio
Improvised trio featuring sound engineer and Synthi player Jean-Marc Foussat, and father and son Christian and Quentin Rollet. Free music with a wide dynamic range and wild acoustic and electronic spaces.
Jean-Marc Foussat is famous for his hundreds of recordings of Derek Bailey, Steve Lacy, Massacre, Carlos Zingaro, Joëlle Léandre and many others free improvisers, for labels like Hat Hut, Tzadik, Rectangle. He made a cult record in the 80’s called ‘Abatage’ and started in own label Fou Records on which he releases mainly his own music.
Christian Rollet is the drummer of Le Workshop de Lyon, one of the oldest french free jazz band (50 years of activity in 2017) and founded the ARFI collective in 1977. He also plays in La Marmite Infernale and many other projects.
Quentin Rollet, son of Christian Rollet, plays alto and sopranino sax. He used to run the Rectangle record label from 1995 to 2004 and then started with Isabelle Magnon a new record label called BISOU in 2015. He plays mostly free music and is often invited to play with bands like Nurse With Wound, The Red Krayola, Prohibition, Mendelson, Akosh S. Unit, Thierry Müller/Ilitch, DRAME…