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BRETON By Nick Stevenson

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29 March 2012
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Breton, named after surrealism founder Andre Breton, are an artsy bunch of experimental film-makers who got into music to soundtrack their movies. Yet they have more than just a knack for it. Their cut-up samples, layered incidental noises, classic instruments and crashing beats are underpinned by chanty lyrics reminiscent of David E Sugar. The results are atmospheric, rough around the edges but captivating, unique and extraordinary. If the music is only the second string to their bow we’lI look forward to seeing their films under their BretonLABS guise. Or better yet, both together when they tour this month.
File under Dramatic soundtracks
Download ‘Pacemaker’, ‘Governing Correctly’, ‘Jostle’, ‘The Commission’
Like this? Try David E Sugar ‘Hello The Nice’ (P-Vine)

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