Cortizona Records explores the 1970s Belgian electronic scene in new compilation Noises

Remastered reissue of the ‘Noises’-compilation, originally released on Kamikaze, the very short-lived label started and ended by Marc Moulin in November 1977.

Noises is a rather uncommon collection of songs that ranges from pieces with stunning vocal harmonies of an early Ilona Chale (who later also would be a member of the band Cos) and her brother Eric, an hypnotic chant where Marc Moulin blends a speech of Belgian King Boudewijn I with reel to reel tape techniques to a trance anthem to a spoken poem transformed into an ambient composition.

An amazing Belgian compilation still oscillating 40 years later into the pop waves.

Snippets of following tracks can be heard in this short mix

A1 Ilona, Eric Chale and Michel Moers Passé Dedans/Hymne
A2 Michel Moers Musaque Etnik
A3 Daniel Plasschaert Tue-Toi Dans Le Vent
A4 Michel Moers Ma Mère Etait Propre
A5 Michel Moers Il Est Huit Heures
A6 Ilona Chale Rester Dans Le Silence
A7 Robert Altaber Les 24 Heures Du Mans
A8 Robert Altaber Rotative
A9 Robert Altaber Trois Voyelles
A10 Robert Altaber Romances Sans Paroles
A11 Marc Moulin La Guerre
B1 Ariel Kalma Aman
B2 Marc Moulin Mes Chers Compatriotes

Cortizona will release Noises on February 15, 2019

 


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