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Mika Vainio & Franck Vigroux — Peau froide, lèger soleil 

Mika Vainio & Franck Vigroux — Peau froide, lèger soleil (October 22nd, 2015)

 Mika Vainio & Franck Vigroux — Peau froide, lèger soleil
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Record Label: Cosmo Rhythmatic
Duration:     57:01    
Tracks:
01. Deux     5:55
02. Mémoire     6:12
03. Souffles     8:39 
04. Mutant     5:44 
05. Ravages     5:22 
06. Man     6:19 
07. Parabole     5:27
08. Le Souterrain     8:02
09. Le Crâne Tambour     5:21
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Words / Matt Unicomb
♦   Mika Vainio and Franck Vigroux will release a collaborative album called Peau Froide, Léger Soleil on Cosmo Rhythmatic in October.
♦   The album is the result of a three–year recording process that began after a show Vainio and Vigroux played together in Paris in 2012. Peau Froide, Léger Soleil is a mostly ambient record, and it features plenty of the slick, futuristic sound design Vainio has spent the past 20 years dishing out, mainly through his own Sähkö Recordings. Though he’s not as well known as his collaborator, Vigroux also has a long history in experimental music: he–s been involved in more than ten albums, beginning in with 2002 with Les 13 Cicatrices. The new album will be the third release on Cosmo Rhythmatic, the label run by Berlin–based Italians Ascion, Shapednoise and D. Carbone. (http://www.mikavainio.com/)Personnel:
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Ξ★Ξ   Peau froide, lèger soleil by Mika Vaino and Franck Vigroux sees the pair mixing their styles to create a work that spans the full spectrum between minimum and maximum. The latest and arguably most powerful in a long line of collaborations between the Finnish producer and his peers aesthetically finds him closest to the crushing electronics + processed guitar equations of Life (… It Eats You Up) (2011) or Kilo (2013), but also with a couple of brilliant runs into vocodered, sidereal electronics that really set this record apart.
Ξ★Ξ   The album is the result of a three–year recording process that began after a show Vainio and Vigroux played together in Paris in 2012. Peau froide, léger soleil is a mostly ambient record, and it features plenty of the slick, futuristic sound design Vainio has spent the past 20 years dishing out, mainly through his own Sähkö Recordings.
Ξ★Ξ   According to the label, the “intense” 9–track album is “an exercise in sensitive intensity” that combines Vainio’s signature electro grooves with Vigroux’s expertise in “spatial abstraction and tonal radicalism”.                                         © Franck Vigroux, Antoine Schmitt
Ξ★Ξ   Though he’s not as well known as his collaborator, Vigroux also has a long history in experimental music: he’s been involved in more than ten albums, beginning in with 2002 with Les 13 Cicatrices. The new album will be the third release on Cosmo Rhythmatic, the label run by Berlin–based Italians Ascion, Shapednoise and D. Carbone. ()Artist Biography by Sean Cooper
♣   Ø is the solo identity of Mika Vainio of Finnish techno duo Panasonic, the latter of whose brand of quirky, lo–fi minimalism has transformed them into one of the most popular exports from the Northern European techno underground. Unlike Panasonic’s harder, comparatively more dancefloor–oriented gear, however, Vainio’s Ø work tends more toward the ambient and experimental, wedding sparse machine noises with shifting rhythms, stubbornly unmusical sonic textures, and assorted channel separation weirdness. Vainio’s Ø releases stretch back to the early ‘90s (pre–dating his association with Panasonic by a few years); his earliest work appeared on the Corporate label before landing with Finnish techno institution Sahko in 1993, where he's released most of his material, including three albums and a handful of EPs. The increasing popularity of Panasonic has meant Vainio’s giving less and less time to his Ø work, but he did manage to release some of his most accomplished solo material in 1996, on his third Sahko full–length Olento, which featured the most effective fusion of Panasonic’s austere minimalism with less immediate, more challenging structures. Demand for Vainio as a remixer has also grown of late, with revisions of tracks by Björk and Tactile both appearing in mid–1996. He continued to record as Tekonivel (for Sahko sublabel Puu) and as Kentolevi for Patrick Pulsinger’s Cheap label; titles issued under Vainio’s own name include 1998’s Onko, 1999’s Ydin, and the following year’s 20 to 2000. Wohltemperiert, the second collaboration between Ø and Noto, aka Carsten Nicolai, appeared two years later, followed in 2004 by Sokeiden Maassa Yksisilmäinen on Kuningas (In the Land of the Blind One–Eyed Is King) and in 2009 by Aineen Musta Puhelin (Black Telephone of Matter). Website: http://www.franckvigroux.com/ / Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/franck-vigroux-57247872606/timeline/
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