Carpenter Brut ‎– Carpenter Brut

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Escape From Midwich Valley 6:44
Disco Zombi Italia 5:17
L.A. Venice Bitch 80's 4:11
Wake Up The President 4:16
347 Midnight Demons 4:14
Le Perv 4:16

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SEAT▼4B Carpenter Brut Carpenter Brut(CDr, EP, Ltd, Num) Black Bus Records SEAT▼4B Germany 2012 Sell This Version
SEAT▼4B Carpenter Brut Carpenter Brut EP(6xFile, FLAC, EP) Black Bus Records SEAT▼4B Germany 2012
SEAT▼4B Carpenter Brut Carpenter Brut(CDr, EP, RP) Black Bus Records SEAT▼4B Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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January 31, 2015
referencing Carpenter Brut, CDr, EP, Ltd, Num, SEAT▼4B
Carpenter Brut EP is one of the best french (really few) electro/pop release for the last 10 years…using old 80's Strongs Synths & Beats for a melodic Horror/SF show, everything is at it's own place.
the Nightmare starts with "Escape From Midwich Valley" that directly grows up the tension…like watching the debut generic film of an old exploitation (or not) 80's movie, then it blew up like you feel beeing absorbed by the screen and have to run through a dark ride!
"Disco Zombi Italia" project you into funky disco rythmes, keeping a little dark and sad touch along the track, very very Giallo sounding that reminds ambient of italian horror genre.
"L.A. Venice Bitch 80's" put you into some kind of trance, very 80's with smashing kicks/snares and melodic leads, background speeches, the sunny day of the EP.
"Wake Up The President", immediatly the scaring phone sound give the tempo, it goes straight to hard house beat, like an emergency on the planet...so, so, so well done !
"347 Midnight Demons" belongs the previous track, keeping the tension and making the surnatural ambient stronger and faster.
then "Le Perv"...IMO the best track of the whole EP, dancefloor killer, with a "melodramatic" synth ending rarely hearded in a decade, pure genius, perfect conclusion to the nightmare.
check the sequels EP II & III, the nightmare continues, at it's best (specially in III) but all the goods are here, really.