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Mylo - Destroy Rock & Roll



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Mylo - "Destroy Rock & Roll"
(Breastfed 2004)

L'évènement electro-pop-house-white-funk de l'année, c'est un écossais qui, dans la foulée du "Dj Kicks" d'Erlend Øye ("il est de bon ton de parler d'appropriation de la musique des autres pour construire une vraie histoire, une véritable oeuvre. Musicalement, les goûts du jeune homme résultent en une mix-bootleg-culture-clash-electro-pop-bonanza incomparable"), se réapprorie la french touch, à coup de références Royksopp, Prince, Daft Punk ou encore Lemon Jelly, eux mêmes bidouilleurs prompts à la réapproriation de styles plus ou moins éculés...

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• Sur breastfed.tv vous pourrez écouter les 4 premiers tracks de l'album dont les deux singles "Muscle Cars" et "Drop The Pressure" (stream en Flash), ou bien les singles "Destroy Rock'n'Roll" et "Wolves Of Miami".
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