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4 New Brise-KVLT : Wapstan, Red Mass, Chris Burns, KVIK

Here’s 4 new KVLT Summer Montreal releases :

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SADE 123 - RED MASS - MULE STONE - CDR - (Born out of the ashes of one of Montreal’s most devastating rock import CPC Gangbang, Red Mass push the limits of rock’n'roll at some crazy ambitious levels. Red Mass have a core of 8 members and often more to explore a lot of sides of rock’n'roll. This release contains a more industrial track and 2 psych punk track. the 20 minutes title track will satisfy the hunger of any stoner psych punkers…

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SADE 127 - KVIK - FEEDS - CDR - (For this third release on Brise-Cul, KVIK develops a more mature sound in my sense. This project that constitutes maybe the mose underrated one in Montreal explorers more rythmic structures while keeping on the loud droney sound he’s pleasing us with for a while.

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SADE 128 - CHRIS BURNS - FEEDBACK TABARNAK - CDR (Brise-Cul reissue of a 2006 self-released recycled tape only availlable in Montreal’s Distroboto Machine. This is one of my favourite release that was made in the last year and the ephemere nature of it made me ask legendary Montreal axeman Chris Burns for a re-release. This insane release consist of 2 long tracks of a very telented guitarist exploring many sounds coming form his guitar behind a big wall of feedback. Unusual manipualtion, cavernous sounds and direct atmosphere make this release unique in its genre. We discuss about this release for years, so now that it’s out, jump on this KVLT recording…

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WAPSTAN - LE PEUPLE DU GRAND NOIR - CDR (This is something like Wapstan’s return to the earlier more cold, more ambient sound. This field recording-based release is a tribute to the cold dark oceanic abyss, the great black world. One word : KVLT. Limited to very few copies and many wre already gone, you’ve been warned…