|1||–Dominique Petitgand||"Proportions" (Excerpts)||7:00|
|2||–Philippe Petitgenêt, François Martig||Noise-Ette||6:47|
|5||–Matmos||X-Ed Out No Drums||6:21|
|6||–Erik Minkkinen, Jodi Rose||Journal De Bord D’un Petit Caillou||6:43|
|7||–Angus Carlyle||Shitsuren Shimashita||4:53|
|8||–Carl Michael Von Hausswolff||Farang Smiley||8:21|
|9||–Jacob Kirkegaard||Fool's Fire||7:52|
|10||–Dominique Blais||Sans Titre (Lustre)||8:01|
|12||–Radio-Continental*||Drift Radio Armed Response||5:42|
Artists can occasionally show contempt towards the reactionary concerns of ‘experimental’ or electroacoustic music. In the meantime, listening with a composer’s ear will reveal the banality or ‘déjà entendu’ nature of sound used by a fine artist. Hedonistic pleasure of hearing or Kantian reward of understanding?
Perhaps the key lies in considering the background and the intent of each
current in the light of its own history, the ruptures proposed by its avant-gardes, the disjunctions and paradigms of art and music faced with an accelerated hybridisation.