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The latest album from Belgian artist Le Fils des Trois Mousquetaires (who originally had the honor of first album release on Vulpiano Records), elle dégrafa son anacoluthe et l’oublia sur le lit (VULP-0024), is another collection of delightful melancholy, and 22 (!) acoustic tracks in all. Highlights include “amnesia”, “porcelain flu”, and the closer “flavor”.
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1. the bridge man
2. in the woods
4. big hole
6. smiling face
8. time and space
9. easy girl
12. another one
13. the doll
14. le ruban
15. who watches the watchmen
16. porcelain flu
17. the hole
18. hide and seek
Described as “Belgian songs falling from a plane”, this fellow does lovely acoustic tunes that would be perfectly fitting for a rainy day, or should you want to imagine yourself in the midst of a somber film scene with gray, dimly-lit streets around you. Le Fils des Trois Mousquetaires was one of my favorite independent artists on Last.fm when I first heard him months ago and I am very pleased to have his beautiful music be part of this label. How he describes his music: “I’d say I make a crossing between 60’s and 90’s pop, like the Kinks mixed with Nirvana, or Robert Wyatt with Lou Barlow, or the Zombies with Elliot Smith, or Nick Drake with Frank Black…”
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