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Album Review

Noisy art school dropouts, or at least that's what it sounds like upon first listen of Fly Pan Am's Ceux Qui Inventent N'ont Jamais Vécu. The line between noise and experimentation is often fine, and that's especially the case with this recording. At times the tape glitches and lack of a cohesive center can be interesting, but as the quartet runs on they sound like one of the early post-rock Chicago groups on a bad acid trip trying to find their way around, all the while getting caught up and tripping over their own feet. At the same time, though, there's a certain post-rock beauty to the minimal instrumentations and flowing, yet sort of messy grooves. To the noise/experimentation aficionado there's something to be said about this release. It certainly has the right energy and the immediacy of expression is certainly there, it just gets a little far out and repetitive at times. Fans of East Lansing, MI, experimenters the Rattling Wall Collective will probably enjoy this recording a great deal, as well as fans of the more abstract Isotope 217 recordings.

Biography

Formed: 1999

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Montreal-based quartet Fly Pan Am is the main project of Godspeed You Black Emperor's guitarist Roger Tellier-Craig. While both of these groups deal in complex, musique concrete-influenced instrumental pieces, Fly Pan Am pursues a more restrained, minimalist musical vision. The group's split seven-inch with Godspeed You Black Emperor, L'Espace Au Sol Est Redessine Par Des Immenses Panneaux Bleus/Sunshine + Gasoline, preceded their 1999 self-titled full-length debut, which was released on Constellation...
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