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Bruits de Fond, Cheap Satanism Records, Mont Analogue team up to release this new album by Ripit!
Ripit is back with a new LP after 3 years spent mostly on the mesmerizing collaboration between The Ångströmers - his duo with Frédéric Alstadt - and the Haitian voodoo ensemble Chouk Bwa.
While Ripit is better known for his radical noisy breakbeat work, "A church or a factory" explores a more industrial, power electronic and noise ambient side of his synthesizer lust. The instruments abused on this record are: Serge Modular, Knifonium and various Eurorack modular. The A-side comes with 5 powerful synthetic industrial songs which feature each one a different guest vocalist. The B-side is a long ambient noise piece that will plunge the listener in an anxious meditation.
Ripit is the project of the French Nicolas Esterle for almost 25 years. He explores electronic instruments thru distortion , ranging from industrial hardcore to breakcore, from doom hiphop to dusty dub. Beside his solo project, he's involved in various bands like Solar Skeletons (with Tzii), Fujako (with HHY) and more recently The Ångströmers.
On the guest side, there's a wild bunch of Nicolas' friends :
- Paul-tergeist is the galactic moniker of Paul Beauchamp in his band Space Aliens From Outer Space.
- Andrea EV is the lead member of 1997EV.
- Robert Imhuman & Divtech are members of the Realicide Collective.
- Tzii is a long-time road comrade of Nicolas and a touring freak spreading his music all over the world.
- André Coelho is known as Metadevice and is the founder of the now-defunct Sektor 304.
The title "A Church or a factory" refers to the Belgian countryside, wherever you are, you are at least surrounded by a church or a factory. As he just left the urban life of Brussels to escape to the French countryside, he is now lost enough not to have neither a factory nor a church in sight.