Thursday, June 14, 2007

Mihai Edrisch



www.mihaiedrisch.com

Good screamo from France, with an ever slightly slinty sense of dynamics.... I believe they are broken up, but they give away both of their albums at their website. l'un sans l'autre - 2003 is the better of the two in my opinion. un jour sans lendemain - 2005 is also pretty good, but i just feel the sounds on the first one more, all zingy highs and lots of treble. It sounds like a mix of Maximillian Colby and Shotmaker with out the heft, and maybe a bit of Indian Summers prettyness...

8 Comments:

Anonymous neil said...

Mihai, good shit.

Europe has that distinct quality to it's screamo, dunno why no matter where you go it all has that indentifiable property of I'd suppose to call it "treble favoritism", but I like it. Be it Mihai, Belle Epoque, Raein, La Quiete, it's all got that beautiful sound.

Good choice, man.

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Gabbagabbahey said...

Totally agree, there's something distinctive and great about European screamo.

Personally, I like the way Un Jour sans Lendemain, "A Day without a Day After" is kinda of a concept album, with each song about a different stage of life from birth to death. But apart from that, either album I find is good for some trebly screamo...

7:10 AM  
Blogger bleep_bloop said...

where did the link for this go?

7:07 PM  
Blogger kissmysoundsystem said...

French bands are much more amazing that I've ever expected...

You should try Daitro for your own good ;)

6:53 PM  
Blogger blend77 said...

Daitro is good. did you grab the Louise Cyphre/ La Quiet split a ways back? more good french hardcore.

Bleep Bloop. the albums are on their site. if my link isnt working just google Mihai Edrisch...

3:03 PM  
Blogger kissmysoundsystem said...

You mean: italian (and german) hardcore? But, without any doubts, played in great french style :)

Oh yeah, this split is really great! I must look for Raein, I've heard that they are also worth checking...

5:05 PM  
Blogger blend77 said...

oh, i always do that when describing that split. La Quiete is Italian, and Louise Cyphre is French... but you say they are German?...

hmm. maybe...

I used to think La Quiete was French. something about the name.

2:29 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

La Quiete is italian, they have former Raein members i believe, and Louise Cyphre is german, or at least they are according to their myspace...

4:12 PM  

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