[Eg0_194] Onde Poussière: del_din04

After a web collaboration (album Imperceptible,) Onde Poussière return to free improvisation with their 4th album del_din04, made of sessions recorded on 25th and 26th september 2018. For this occasion, they once more experimented with new set-ups, this time with a focus on lo-fi sound. Doedelzak played laptop amplified with cheap computer speakers and occasionnaly flute, while Kecap Tuyul used his z(xW+yW), a low-tech modular system based on tiny battery-powered guitar amplifiers and contact microphones. Through this new change they continue to explore sonic material and techniques that are likely to cause various accidents and usually unwanted sounds, which are an essential part of the ground on which the band build its improvised soundscapes.

Onde Poussière have used the same set-up in a live performance that took place in Paris on september 26th and can be heard on the duo’s freshly launched bandcamp page. For their next live performance (Tiasi, Paris, 9 janvier 2018), they will try something new again, probably focusing on acoustic instruments with occasional lo-fi amplification.

Band info

Click on the picture to visit the download page on archive.org :

direct download links

Bandcamp mirror (streaming only)



Live 10 janvier 2019 (au Chat Noir, Paris) : Félicie Bazelaire & Eric Wong / City Dragon / M.A.K.T. Sono

Jeudi 10 janvier 2019
Au Chat Noir
76 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud
75011 Paris
PAF : 5 euros

Félicie Bazelaire (violoncelle) et Eric Wong (guitare)

…joueront une pièce écrite à quatre mains.

Félicie Bazelaire

Contrebassiste et voloncelliste, compositrice et improvisatrice, Félicie Bazelaire est membre entre autres de l’ONCEIM, Beat the Ods (avec vec Pascal Niggenkemper, Elisabeth Coudoux et Ricardo Jacinto, Doubap (avec Benjamin Dousteyssier et Laurent Pascal), Luv (avec Sigolène Valax).


Eric Wong

Compositeur, artiste sonore, guitariste et improvisateur basé à Berlin, Eric Wong s’intéresse principalement aux textures sonores et à la perception du son dans l’espace.

City Dragon

City Dragon est un projet solo de Max Kaario, excellant dans des performances d’une grande intensité, “hypnotico-chamaniques”, basées autour de boucles improvisées et détournées avec instruments percussifs, objets divers, jouets, instruments à vent, voix.


Dernier album en date :


M.A.K.T. Sono

Duo d’improvisation formé par Magali Albespy et Kecap Tuyul  explorant de diverses configurations de jeu avec un appareillage électronique modulaire propice à la génération de situations instables et faisant vaciller la notion de maîtrise instrumentale.
Leur premier album, If You were a clarinet a été publié sur eg0cide productions.
Le deuxième sera constitué d’improvisations enregistrées lors de leur résidence M.A.K.T. Sono (sans sono) qui a eu lieu en novembre 2018 au Magasin, Saint-Etienne.
Photos : Anne-Catherine Nicoladzé (à gauche), Aurélien Digard (en bas)

Live 9 janvier 2019 : Eric Wong / Fred Marty / Onde Poussière @ Tiasci, Paris

Mercredi 9 janvier 2019
Tiasci, 13 rue de l’Acqueduc
75010 Paris
10 € (repas végétarien et boisson inclus)

Ce premier concert de l’année marque le début d’une nouvelle collaboration avec Tiasci, qui accueillera plusieurs de nos soirées en 2019.
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Eric Wong

Compositeur, artiste sonore, guitariste et improvisateur basé à Berlin, il s’intéresse principalement aux textures sonores et à la perception du son dans l’espace.

Fred Marty & Eric Wong

Après des études de contrebasse classique, Fred Marty consacre son travail à l’improvisation et l’expérimentation de divers modes de jeux sur la contrebasse. Jouant régulièrement avec de nombreux autres improvisateurs, il proposera un duo inédit avec Eric Wong.


Onde Poussière

Live à la Pointe Lafayette, 26/09/2018. Photo : JJGfree

Ce duo d’improvisation formé par Doedelzak et Kecap Tuyul , après plusieurs albums et concerts réalisés avec des dispositifs électroniques, jouera cette fois avec un instrumentarium en grande partie acoustique.




[Eg0_193] Failure Circle : Frozen Clinamen #2

Frozen Clinamen is serie of works by Failure Circle (a solo project of Kecap Tuyul) started on autumn 2017. It follows a simple method inspired by the the possibilities of his no-input mixer set-up and the will to use a limited sound material in a posteriori compositions : all the sounds included in these works are recordings of moments that feature no human intervention. Frozen Clinamen #2  was recorded and mixed between april and august 2018.

step (1) Tweaking the set-up until it produces some seemingly autonomously self-sustained sound sequences.
step (2) Stopping tweaking and recording for at least 20 minutes without any intervention on the set-up.
step (3) Repeating steps (1) & (2) several times.
step (4) Using the generated sounds as only source in a posteriori compositions. The only variations used while mixing are equalization, panoramics and volume levels.
step (5) play it at low/high volume with open/closed window while complety asleep / fully conscious.

Click on the picture to visit the download page on archive.org :

Direct download links





[Eg0_192] Anastasia Vronski : Estrangements (volume1)

Anastasia Vronski is a versatile experimental musician from Perm, Russia. Since years she has been creating an impressive and quite diverse body of work. Many of her tracks can be classified as “drone “or “noise”, but they always have a specific, often intriguing qualities. Above all, she’s not an artist who will do the same twice, and maybe that’s why some of her pieces are sometimes self-published isolately. Since we thought many of them deserved more exposure, we decided to make a selection of such works in a compilation album : Estrangements, that will be published in two volumes. The first volume gathers tracks composed in 2013 & 2014 (selected with the artist’s approval) that seem to share some kind of minimalist mood, although they are very diverse. For each of them, Vronski has written a few words about the specific methodologies and ideas (see below) involved in the composition. But this doesn’t make her music less mysterious. Each track seems inhabited by a mysterious and poetic spirit whose intrinsic qualities will appear to attentive listeners even without reading anything. The 2nd volume will be published in 2019

Click on the picture to visit the download page on archive.org :

Direct download links

Free music archive mirror (mp3 only) : later
Bandcamp mirror (streaming only)

More info about the tracks provided by the artist :
1. Colors & Shapes (2013)
I made this track using basic sounds like sine waves and white noise to give the idea of colors and shapes, like a sonic abstract graffiti.
2. Zombie (2014)
I made part of this track by dancing… I played drum, tambourine, shaker and electric bass and then looped it. Then I taped a contact mic to the floor and danced like a zombie to the loop, like when they make crackling sounds in the movies. I added another layer of noise like a soundtrack, then voice. I wanted the track to be very natural, involving body movements like a zombie ritual.
3. Teardrops Condenser (2014)
I wanted to paint a minimal landscape by “condensing” the microscopic events that take place through the cables of my guitar pedals. There is no actual guitar involved in this composition and minimal interaction. It is the gear taking a life of its own.
4. Debris Install (2013)
Composition for radio, piano and voice – referencing respectively Keith Rowe, Cecil Taylor and Kurt Schwitters. The duration and number of occurences for each instrument is written down, while the distribution of sounds was picked randomly in the spirit of John Cage’s works with the I-Ching.



Live 03/12/2018 : Bobby two (Alexandre Bellenger et Arnaud Rivière) / Federico Rodriguez (guitare) Niels Mestre (guitare) Nicolas Souchal (trompette) / M.A.K.T. Sono (Sans sono)

Lundi 3 décembre
La Pointe Lafayette
230 rue Lafayette 75010 Paris
21:00 – 0:00

PAF : 5€
Une soirée co-organisée par DOXA ESTAet Eg0cide productions
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Bobby two (Alexandre Bellenger et Arnaud Rivière)

Ces deux improvisateurs marquants de la scène expérimentale parisienne ont commencé à jouer en duo au début des années 2000. Ils ont aussi formé les trio BOBBY MOO avec le joueur de sampler japonais Miho) et BTR avec le légendaire percussionniste londonien Roger Turner. Après quelques années d’interruption, ils sont de retour depuis l’automne 2018 avec toujours autant d’inventivité et d’énergie.


Federico Rodriguez (guitare) et Niels Mestre (guitare)

Duo inédit de deux musiciens passés par le jazz et pratiquant entre autres l’impro libre.

Federico Rodriguez est un improvisateur et compositeur colombien. Ses performances pour guitare et voix sont une exploration sonore en résonance avec l’univers drone/minimaliste de LaMonte Young, Phil Niblock ou encore Oren Ambarchi et Jim O’Rourke.

Niels Mestre

Guitariste, improvisateur et composteur
Le duo deviendra peut-être un trio si Nicolas Souchal (initialement au programme) peur finalement participer malgré quelques empêchements.

Nicolas Souchal est un trompettiste français, actif dans le jazz contemporain et les musiques improvisées. Il est reconnu pour son sens de la construction dans l’improvisation, sa sonorité expressive, et son jeu incluant les techniques étendues de l’instrument. Sa démarche emprunte à des musiciens comme Don Cherry, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Axel Dörner, ou encore Daunik Lazro. Depuis 2010, on peut l’entendre dans différentes formations de la scène parisienne : Pavillon Rouge (Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Matthias Mahler, Jean-Marc Foussat), ARBF & les Hmadcha d’Essaouira (rencontre entre big band free jazz et musiciens soufis marocains, direction Yoram Rosilio), Quintet Cuir (musique improvisée épidermique, avec Jean-Brice Godet, John Cuny, Yoram Rosilio, Jérôme Fouquet)

M.A.K.T. Sono (sans sono)

MAKT Sono issu de la rencontre de Magali Albespy et Kecap Tuyul autour d’une appétence commune pour des pratiques d’improvisation laissant la part belle à l’indétermination. Leur collaboration repose sur l’exploration de diverses configurations de jeu avec un appareillage électronique modulaire propice à la génération de situations instables et faisant vaciller la notion de maîtrise instrumentale. Ce concert sera pour eux l’occasion de présenter quelques unes des voies qu’ils explorent depuis l’automne : jeu sur de nouveaux dispositifs lo-tech modulables, intégration de nouveaux types de matériau dans leurs improvisations.

Leur premier album, “If you were a clarinet” est disponible sur eg0cide productions.

Quelques aperçus des travaux en cours



[Eg0_191] InO – Magali Albespy : 2017/2018

InO is the acronym for “Interpenetration and non-Obstruction”, one of the principles that John Cage used to create music that was anarchic (against the structures of most of musical traditions) and in the same time encouraging new possibilities of coexistence. Magali Albespy, a french artist rooted in dance and performance, took inspiration from this for a methodology of real time composition dance practice focused on sound. “2017-2018” is made of excerpts of the sessions recorded during the first year of these weekly events.

These recordings can be considered as documents of this practice. Indeed they are such documents, especially for people who were involved in the sessions. But we think that they also have a fragile and surprising beauty of their own that deserve an independent life for your listening. This unexpected musicality has been discreetly stressed by the editing choices, which we can consider like a delicate work of “a posteriori composition”, a work made with respect for the uniqueness of each sound event and their kind of abstract narrative power. That’s why we hope that you will enjoy these atypical works.

Direct download links :

Free music archive mirror (mp3 only) : soon

Bandcamp mirror (streaming only)

Credits :

Recorded and edited by Magali Albespy.
Pictures by Anne-Catherine Nicoladzé (front cover) and Emmanuelle Huchet (back cover)

Featured performers :
Magali Albespy, Jean Bloch-Laroque, Suzanne Cotto, Antoine Freychet, Chloé Garat, Flora Gaudin, Camilla Gliozzi, Virgine Gouband, Emmanuelle Huchet, Paul Kauffmann, Guillaume Lecamus, Laurence Luminet, Blandine Minot, Stéphanie Moitrel, Martine Muffat-Joly, Anne-Catherine Nicoladzé, Olivier Pelletier, Stéphanie Puechavy, Regina Ramsl, Anne Savelli, Kecap Tuyul, Donata d’Urso, Sig Valax, Mandoline Whittlesey

More information about InO sessions (in french only)

Magali Albespy is a dancer and performer. She likes to question the borders between formats and artistic disciplines. She explores real-time composition with body, video and sound. As a musician, she also plays in M.A.K.T. Sono and Mesce Basse.