Ha! “a strong John Carpenter feel with a jazzy Tortoise beat and early Human League synths” (as quoted from [uzine 05.01]): what more do you need? Every day I pray for this killer track to appear on vinyl: “Kopöb ingo” by Principles of Geometry, off the 36’51” “[Principles Of Geometry]” mcd debut released 2005-02-21 on Tigersushi (TSRCD-007) – http://www.tigersushi.com/site/TSI/TSRCD007.htm
Voir aussi: http://tigersushi.myshopify.com/collections/principles-of-geometry/ + http://myspace.com/principlesofgeometry + http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principles_of_Geometry#Lien_externe + http://skrufff.com/2010/01/principles-of-geometry%E2%80%99s-principles-of-fate-interview/
Entre parenthèses, should someone want to write a doctorate’s treatise on John Carpenter‘s influence on the current French scene, voir aussi:
= Zombie Zombie, “Driving this road until death sets you free”, 2007, 12″ on Versatile (VER-053), http://www.versatilerecords.com/vr/menu.htm > catalogue. De la classe! Costaud!