Ramuntcho Matta: 96Ramuntcho Matta: 96
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Ramuntcho Matta: 96

Chill-out & Lounge affine French Lounge Pop / Electronica album

‘The poet, producer and visual artist Ramuntcho Matta is coming back to music with 96. 96 – as 96 hours were needed to record this new album. Ramuntcho points out that behind this dazzling recording, years of experience enabled him to achieve the mix of spontaneity and intimacy of the album.

He was the man behind the success of Eli Medeiros’ Toi mon toit. As a matter of fact, Ramuntcho Matta likes to put artists in the spotlight, as he has done with Brion Gysin, Don Cherry and many others. However this time he decided to put himself in the spotlight, with this record which sounds very 90s – with a wink to Bill Laswell for the bass – but still very contemporary. The album unveils a dark atmosphere, as if Bashung had lost himself in a Lynch film. [...]

Record sleeve designed by Ramuntcho Matta. Unpublished notes and drawings from the artist’s logbook « Desseins du jour ».’

Ramuntcho Matta: 96

Ramuntcho Matta: 96

Chill-out & Lounge affine French Lounge Pop / Electronica album

Au Moment De S'Endormir5:14AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Plus Haut Plus Haut3:24AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Aie Aie Aie5:24AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Un Coeur Blanc4:25AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Radis Courgettes Carottes3:56AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Cette Semaine4:15AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
L'Après Fête4:06AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Ni Un Ni Deux5:12AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Ceci Et Cela6:40AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Au Fond Du Fond5:51AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
J'Avais Oublié5:32AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25
Le Grand Plein6:38AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25

‘The poet, producer and visual artist Ramuntcho Matta is coming back to music with 96. 96 – as 96 hours were needed to record this new album. Ramuntcho points out that behind this dazzling recording, years of experience enabled him to achieve the mix of spontaneity and intimacy of the album.

He was the man behind the success of Eli Medeiros’ Toi mon toit. As a matter of fact, Ramuntcho Matta likes to put artists in the spotlight, as he has done with Brion Gysin, Don Cherry and many others. However this time he decided to put himself in the spotlight, with this record which sounds very 90s – with a wink to Bill Laswell for the bass – but still very contemporary. The album unveils a dark atmosphere, as if Bashung had lost himself in a Lynch film. [...]

Record sleeve designed by Ramuntcho Matta. Unpublished notes and drawings from the artist’s logbook « Desseins du jour ».’