Kas Item made a few of the most rigid and needling electronic music from the post-punk period. Based from Nancy, France, the U.S.-given birth to Mona Soyoc (vocals, guitar, and piano) and Frenchman Daniel “Spatsz” Favre (synthesizer, drum programming) debuted in 1980 with a set of 7″ releases for the impartial Punk label. Later on authorized to RCA France, they documented the LPs TRY (1982) and OMIT (1983) for the main label. Soyoc and Favre reappeared on Disc’Az a couple of years later using the much less abrasive Ego Vision (1986). By enough time New Rose subsidiary Lover Club put together early materials for Dark & Noir (1990), Kas Item were inactive, however they resumed through the 2000s like a carrying out act. Meanwhile, shows from your duo’s catalog made an appearance on compilations such as for example So Youthful But So Cool: Underground French Music 1977-1983 (entitled after their contribution) as well as the all-French seventh level of the Spirit Jazz label’s Punk 45 series. Different 2010s reissues completed by Move Over and Spirit Jazz recirculated the studio room recordings.
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