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Stade 2

Mr. Oizo

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The fourth studio long-player from Mr. Oizo (a.k.a. Quentin Dupieux) finds the Parisian “Flat Beat” creator and film director boiling down his electronica to deliver something more accessible to the dance floor masses. After the computer-voiced intro of “Introeil,” the slightly erratic “Camelf*ck” oozes in with playfully chirping and beeping effects that sound equal parts vintage videogame and Star Wars laser blasts. It's nicely contrasted with gradually swelling beats and tones that build a brooding undercurrent of anxiety and tension, akin to a Justice production. He simultaneously caters to and makes fun of dance floor undesirables with “Douche Beat,” where Euroclub beats are filtered through Oizo’s seemingly bottomless quiver of cartoonish sounds. “Datsun” gets weird with squeaky honks and allocated bursts of buzzing sounds propelled by slowly ramped-up breakbeats. After goofing on a saxophone solo teaser in the song's beginning, the humorous “Oral Sax” infuses crumbling static over stuttering rhythms as analog squeals and yelps drive the melody. The title track harks back to old-school techno, replete with police-whistle blasts.

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Mr. Oizo has always been one with a penchant for the slightly off. His blending of breakbeat, electro, and house always have a slightly paranoid tinge to it. Stade 2 is no different than his last works, thank God, because nobody can do what he does. His odd synth leads are all infused with grit, his drums pounding, and his samples and song titles reflect a sort of lowbrow humor that makes his music that much more fun and loose. Overall, an excellent effort by Mr. Oizo. Keep it up!


sex and party and fun

Everybody Dance Now

Beardy french master at his best. Weird, abstract, experimental.
I don't know what it is exactly, but I love it!


Nacido/a: Paris, France, 14 de abril de 1974

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Though it's a sure bet he'll linger in the minds of most for his omnipresent Levi's advert and 1999 European chart-topper "Flat Beat," music video director Quentin Dupieux turned in some excellent electronic productions as Mr. Oizo. Far from the madding crowds of ad-oriented hipster trance or jungle, "Flat Beat" was a midtempo techno production with heavily distorted effects and a playful nature that fit perfectly with the visual focus, a sock puppet. While still a teenager, Dupieux began directing...
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