Lieutenant Caramel - Early Tape Works 2CD (Monochrome Vision)

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Label info: "Lieutenant Caramel is the artistic alter ego of french musician Philippe Blanchard, known also under Denier Du Culte, Pierre Bouchet and Felipe Caramelos monikers. His albums were released by Old Europa Cafe, Music For Consciousness Rape, Metamkine, Plate Lunch, Dedali Opera and Edition Suicide Commercial. He was the founder of Acteon and Studio Forum labels, as well of yearly festival Bruit de la Neige ("Noise of the snow") devoted to the memory and legacy of the legendary futurist Luigi Russolo, who was the author of noise music idea and manifesto.
Traveling the world, he collects the resonant matters at the time of his journeys (Syria, Iran, Rome, Venice, Madrid, Sarmakande, Roumania, Moscow, St Petersbourg etc). He have won several international prizes - GMEB in Bourges, Radio France, The Muse in Circuit (Mauricio Kagel), CIMES-FICS in Prague. Recently, he is back to studio again, working on the new album. Meanwhile, we are proud to present his first works from the mid 80s, appearing in digital format for the first time: "Après les horreurs, suit naturellement la beauté"!"

Format: 2CD, jewel case