Hyperventilating ultra-tight and frenetic avant-prog may be the province of Poil, a fairly lunatic and twisted — but startlingly adept — trio located in Lyon, France. Probably any explanation of their music is normally too limiting, nevertheless: when the heart moved them on the debut documenting, L’Ire des Papes, Poil extended and explored traditional as well as piano jazz-informed designs, although frequently frantically and with comic craziness sitting on the sidelines. Produced by keyboardist and primary composer Antoine Arnera along with bassist/guitarist Boris Cassone and drummer Guilhem Meier (most of whom sing, shout, chant, and/or intone deep mantras) in 2005, Poil released L’Ire des Papes digitally in Apr 2008, and with structure titles referencing famous brands Chopin and Ravel performed on grand piano, acoustic bass, and drums, the music group displayed its relatively organic, roomy, and exploratory aspect, although with items of collective pummeling, florid key pad attacks, and unexpected left becomes specific mechanistics and oddball vocal hijinks. In January 2011 Poil had been back using a sophomore outing, Dins o Cuol, which noticed the music group ratcheting in the zaniness quotient. Released over the Dur et Doux label, Dins o Cuol highlighted the same trio lineup as L’Ire des Papes, but with Arnera on electrical tips and Cassone on electrical bass, and with herky-jerky rhythms and abrupt changeups performed at a occasionally dizzying speed. Loony performing, alternately cartoony and overdriven key pad voicings, and a generally manic delivery — not forgetting an album-ending “reward” of calculatedly outrageous body function results and unaccompanied ridiculous wordless vocal experimentation — designated Poil’s right now unrestrained commitment towards the musically warped. In the meantime, Poil were showing themselves to be always a high-energy, très délirant live device, attracting curiosity from organizers of the annual Rock and roll in Opposition event in Carmaux, France. Poil had been invited to execute in the RIO event in Sept 2013 — posting the stage with famous brands Soft Machine Legacy, Faust, Univers No, Present, miRthkon, and Guapo — and placed on a wildly enjoyable, even jaw-dropping display. That same yr, the Milan, Italy-based AltrOck label found Dins o Cuol for wider distribution, and 2014 noticed AltrOck launch the band’s third recording, Brossaklitt, which obviously proven that Poil’s convenience of musical mayhem continued to be undiminished.