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An uncompromising and occasionally unlistenable antidote to the melodic commercial house of fellow Frenchmen Guetta, Solveig, and Sinclar, Stade 2, the fourth studio album by Quentin Dupieux, aka Mr. Oizo, suggests that his Flat Eric-assisted one-hit wonder status isn't likely to change anytime soon. Dominated by a cavalcade of twisted bleeps, loops, and squiggles, the follow-up to 2008's Lambs Anger is a part hypnotic/part headache-inducing slab of organized chaos, with only the chopped-up ballroom-inspired "Ska" and the early-'90s acid house of "Datsun" offering any respite from the predominantly twitchy acidic sound succinctly summarized by the lone robotic voice on opener "Introeil" ("I recorded some new stuff/I don't know what it is yet/But I like it"). The record is surprisingly palatable when the enigmatic producer plays up to the mischievous side he recently displayed while directing killer car tire flick Rubber, whether it's the "everybody dance now" command on the distinctly undanceable "EDN," the rather sleazy, vinyl-scratching and R1 DJ Annie Mac-sampling techno of "Oral Sax," or the deadpan mechanical tones that underpin the unashamedly silly "Douche Beat." But when he plays it straight, as on the Daft Punk-ish "Cheeree," the more expansive big beat of closer "Druide," and the industrial electro of "Chiffon," the album drifts into the kind of self-indulgent territory that makes it feel far lengthier than its rather brief 32-minute running time. Stade 2 has its moments, but its overall lack of invention suggests that Mr. Oizo is perhaps now channeling his creative streak elsewhere. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

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Continues to Impress

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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Stade 2, Mr. Oizo
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  • Géneros: Electrónica, Música, Dance
  • Publicado: 11/11/2011

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