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Miriodor

By 2017 as well as the discharge of Indication 9, Montreal avant-prog group Miriodor were still carrying the flag they initial hoisted over 30 years earlier among the initial groups over the “rock and roll” side from the Quebec-based musique actuelle formula. At their inception, Miriodor may be viewed as …

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Rémi Leclerc

The eternal sideman, Montreal-based drummer Rémi Leclerc doesn’t have even an individual to his own name, but he has appeared on countless albums by other artists which range from trad revivalists to avant-proggers. What each of them have as a common factor (except probably Robert Charlebois) is normally imagination: Leclerc …

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Martin Tétreault

In the later ’80s and early ’90s, Martin Tétreault was the quietest person in Ambiances Magnétiques, Montreal’s influential songs collective. He was offering unusual turntable collages towards the tasks of his co-workers and released several mind-boggling single albums. When minimal techno and experimental electronica strike the museums on the turn …

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René Lussier

Through the entire 1980s & most from the ’90s, René Lussier was the prime mover on Montreal’s songs scene. His acoustic guitar work continues to be in comparison to Fred Frith, with whom he offers frequently toured and documented. Spread between single function, duos, and huge ensemble items, between studio …

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Jean Derome

Perhaps one of the most visible statistics of Montreal’s musique actuelle picture, saxophonist and composer Jean Derome can be among the instigators from the music community represented from the Ambiances Magnétiques label he co-founded. The actual fact that he’s a graduate of the faculty of Pataphysics and was the receiver …

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Bernard Falaise

A Montreal native, where he’s still based, guitarist Bernard Falaise exploded on the brand new music picture in the later ’90s, appearing in lots of Ambiances Magnétiques-related outfits, specifically in avant rock-oriented groupings that included drummer Rémi Leclerc (Miriodor, Les Projectionnistes, Papa Boa). He’s also energetic on the free of …

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Les 4 Guitaristes de l’Apocalypso-Bar

Come up with by Montreal guitarist André Duchesne, Les 4 Guitaristes de l’Apocalypso-Bar was a conceptual guitar quartet (as well as drums), something seldom noticed before. His longest-lasting task (four years), it had been also one that got probably the most worldwide attention, because of the current presence of ex-Henry …

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Jean Derome et les Dangereux Zhoms

In the mid-’90s, Jean Derome et les Dangereux Zhoms was Montreal saxophonist Jean Derome’s perfect task. The group released three albums from 1994 to 1998. Although actions later slowed up, the group continuing to perform all over the world; in the Ambiances Magnétiques roster it stood as the utmost popular …

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Interférence Sardines

Led by guitarist Philippe Venne and dominated with the exuberant drummer Frédéric Lebrasseur, the Quebec City group Interférence Sardines places up for grabs an up to date version from the Rock and roll in Opposition sound. They consider their cue from Henry Cow, but also from Central-European folk and rock …

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Rouge Ciel

The users of Montreal-based avant quartet Rouge Ciel may be comparatively youthful faces on that city’s experimental and songs scene, however they seem keenly alert to their earliest antecedents in musique actuelle, sketching on influences that time back over 30 years. Yet they aren’t simple throwbacks to a youthful period …

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