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Diatribes: Echoes & Sirens

Read "Echoes & Sirens" reviewed by John Eyles

This four-track, forty-one-minute vinyl LP is the follow-up to Diatribes' 2015 Aussenraum LP, Great Stone/Blood Dunza, and completes a dub-influenced trilogy that began with Augustus (INSUB, 2013). Unlike those two albums which featured the basic duo version of Diatribes, on Echoes & Sirens Cyril Bondi and d'incise are joined by electric bassist Raphael Ortis and a ...

Echoes & Sirens

Label: Aussenraum Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Dub fire will be burning; Tell me, what do you see?; Don’t trouble I (oh no); Continually.

Great Stone / Blood Dunza

Label: Aussenraum Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Blood Dunza; Great Stone.

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Diatribes: Great Stone / Blood Dunza

Read "Great Stone / Blood Dunza" reviewed by John Eyles

The duo Diatribes--d'incise (a.k.a. Laurent Peter) and Cyril Bondi--are the driving forces behind the INSUB label on which many of their recordings have been released, either as Diatribes or within other groupings. Great Stone / Blood Durza is not the duo's first release on a label other than INSUB, but it is noteworthy for other reasons; ...


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