With this ambitious project partly recorded in Beirut with local musicians and featuring Mondkopf, Charbel Haber, Sharif Sehnaoui, G.W. Sok, Tamer Abu Ghazaleh, Oiseaux-Tempête have achieved a far more complex work, richer in texture, the intertwining of acoustic elements with electronica, roaming and shaking the foundations of this almost labyrinthian personal opus of an album. As ever, the group realising both the immersive and also the total physicality on the record.
Experimental, Stoner, Post-Rock, Ambient, Free Music
In Oiseaux-Tempête, Frédéric D. Oberland and Stéphane Pigneul have chosen a name, a call from the sea, of almost totemic quality. First, perhaps, it offers the suggestion of journeys over great distance, the distant hymns of fortune-tellers and gravitydefying acts of the oracles.
Yet at the same time, comes the idea of earthly chaos, a willing reference to the telluric frenzy that darkens the sky yet also, paradoxically, brings promise of a radiant tomorrow.
01 Notes From The Mediterranean Sea
02 Bab Sharqi
03 Feu Aux Frontières
05 Our Mind Is A Sponge; Our Heart Is A Stream
06 I Don't Know, What Or Why (Mish Aaref Eish W Leish)
07 Electrique Résistance
08 The Offering
09 Ya Layl, Ya 3aynaki (Ô Nuit, Ô Tes Yeux)
11 Through The Speech Of Stars (feat. G. W. Sok)
12 A L'Aube
13 Hurra Osba3o / Par-Delà Le Désert