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Music for Weddings and Funerals

Label: Ormo Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Wedding; Funeral.

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The Wøøøh: Music for Weddings and Funerals

Read "Music for Weddings and Funerals" reviewed by Troy Dostert


French bassist Sylvain Didou has a fondness for choosing misleading album titles. His previous outing with his drone/noise group, Derby Derby, was entitled Love Dance (Ormo Records, 2017), while his current release, with his band The Wøøøh, is the similarly facetious Music for Weddings and Funerals. Far from ceremonial, mournful or celebratory in any conventional sense, ...

Album

Love Dance

Label: Ormo Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Love Dance.

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Derby Derby: Love Dance

Read "Love Dance" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Ormo Records is a small French label dedicated to producing out-of-the-mainstream music that has one foot in the jazz tradition and the other alternatively venturing into post-rock, minimalist, and freely-improvised idioms. Bassist Sylvain Didou is the driving force behind the label's music, as he's composed and appeared on each of their releases so far, one of ...

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Derby Derby: Love Dance

Read "Love Dance" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The French trio Derby Derby consists of Alan Regardin on electrified trumpet, drummer Fabrice L'houtellier and bassist Sylvain Didou. Their debut album Love Dance was recorded in Nantes, France in late 2016, several months after the three first musicians met. Through the intersection of jazz, ambience and noise, the music works reiteration, beat and tone into ...


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