Red Noise; Sarcelles-LochèresSouffle Continu
FFL 004 LP
Long Playing Record
Souffle Continu Records presents the first official vinyl reissue of Sarcelles-Lochères by Red Noise, originally released in 1970. This LP inaugurates Souffle Continu's series of ten reissues from the catalog of the cult French label Futura Records, fully licensed by Futura founder Gérard Terronè.
Red Noise were founded in May of 1968 by Patrick Vian (son of Boris Vian), who would go on to release Bruits et Temps Analogues (STAUB 126CD) in 1976. Red Noise developed their own unique blend of free jazz and rock with highly political and satirical lyrics. The highlight of their sole full-length release is the 18-minute closer, "Sarcelles c'Est l'Avenir," which charts an epic journey into proto-noise territories that prefigure the sonic experimentation of the decades to come.
Presented in a gatefold sleeve with obi strip and matte finish.