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THE FAILURE OF WORDS

MACHINES (2010)

A COMPLEX NATURE (2004)

 

"The Failure of Words" is a touchstone in Yang's evolution. This album, unlilke the others aim no more to sound like in live situation but is a musical process in itself. The idea behind the project was to express the inability, as human beings, to really communicate with our species, always experiencing conflict, disharmony and delusion. Only art, love, are able to convey our deepest feelings and ideas. Words failed us. Frédéric L'Epée, Laurent Mouton guitars; Nico Gomez bass; Volodia Brice drums

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Yang Music YM1702

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"This is dynamic instrumental music that rocks hard whilst maintaining a firm grip on melody. Many instrumental albums get a bit samey but not this – not to me anyway and I love the collisions and recoveries. The rhythm section has chops in spades and can mix the genres and styles with the best of them but keep things nailed down as a backdrop for the wonderful guitars. There is jazz, blues, world and rock and the whole seems more accessible than KC but without down-playing the complexity.[...] So if you like energetic and enthusiastic instrumentals with superb dynamics and lots of melody whilst lacking the all too common problem of self indulgence you could do much worse than get your hands on this fine release. Hopefully it won’t be so long until the next one. Classy." (DPRP - Jez Rowden)
Frédéric L'Epée, Laurent Mouton guitars; Nico Gomez bass; Volodia Brice drums

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Yang Music VOC1527

 

 


"Featuring intricate and beautiful guitar pieces embedded in harder-tempered rock compositions, complex rhythms and melodic modes not previously seen in L’Epée’s work, and a rich variety of guitar treatments, A Complex Nature is an inventive, dynamic and accessible instrumental work that rocks hard."

Frédéric L'Epée, Julien Vecchié guitars; Stéphane Bertrand bass; Volodia Brice drums

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Cuneiform Records Rune 197