Perl​é​e De S​è​ve

28,00

in stock

why we love this

An extraordinary album that combines the two separate worlds of primal sounds and heavy electronic tones. A miraculous clash of contrasts.

about the record

With her violin, woodwind, voice, and various effect pedals, Roxane Métayer takes the listener on a newfound journey into the ancient, medieval, and primordial.

Perl​é​e de s​è​ve is Métayer’s second full length, a sophomore to the critically acclaimed Éclipse Des Ocelles, where Métayer continues to sonically realize the map of the fictional habitats that inhabit her mind. Coming from a background of studying narration and different animation mediums, it’s no surprise that her recordings evoke vivid imagery and carry a trace of the environment they were conceived in. The instruments morph as extensions of her body and ultimately become new organs, a means of communicating these bio-memetic stories and creating a dialogue between herself and her surroundings. Meandering melodies intertwine with accompanying drones, mantra-like fragments and a handfeel percussion lend themselves as living and breathing elements in Roxane’s beguiling and spellbinding anecdotes.

Roxane is an observer of the world, her projects conceived from elements that inform her reality, such as the organic imagery and sounds of nature, then transforming that into a strangely familiar parallel universe that would not exist otherwise. Whether it's active research or taking her instruments to the forest, Métayer opens up her imagination by taking this mental journey to discover locations, creatures, and time periods then channeling that into her own fairy tales. The album and track titles act as a portal into those worlds, like chapters in a book where the protagonists are animalia, plantae, and fungi. As Métayer wrote in an interview: “Stories are a privileged way to create an awareness of a specific subject.”

  1. 1 - Limace pâlissante 2:19
  2. 2 - Oeil noir, crin jaune 3:09
  3. 3 - Galets galactiques 2:20
  4. 4 - Miroir mouvant 2:32
  5. 5 - Ramure de vieil arbre 2:58
  6. 6 - Esprit escargot 2:49
  7. 7 - D'humeur droïne 6:27
  8. 8 - Trois signes dans le sable 3:29
  9. 9 - Ode au feu 2:23
  10. 10 - Baume paralume 1:55
  11. 11 - Nuage sans âge 2:47

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Perl​é​e De S​è​ve

28,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Limace pâlissante 2:19
  2. 2 - Oeil noir, crin jaune 3:09
  3. 3 - Galets galactiques 2:20
  4. 4 - Miroir mouvant 2:32
  5. 5 - Ramure de vieil arbre 2:58
  6. 6 - Esprit escargot 2:49
  7. 7 - D'humeur droïne 6:27
  8. 8 - Trois signes dans le sable 3:29
  9. 9 - Ode au feu 2:23
  10. 10 - Baume paralume 1:55
  11. 11 - Nuage sans âge 2:47

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why we love this

An extraordinary album that combines the two separate worlds of primal sounds and heavy electronic tones. A miraculous clash of contrasts.

about the record

With her violin, woodwind, voice, and various effect pedals, Roxane Métayer takes the listener on a newfound journey into the ancient, medieval, and primordial.

Perl​é​e de s​è​ve is Métayer’s second full length, a sophomore to the critically acclaimed Éclipse Des Ocelles, where Métayer continues to sonically realize the map of the fictional habitats that inhabit her mind. Coming from a background of studying narration and different animation mediums, it’s no surprise that her recordings evoke vivid imagery and carry a trace of the environment they were conceived in. The instruments morph as extensions of her body and ultimately become new organs, a means of communicating these bio-memetic stories and creating a dialogue between herself and her surroundings. Meandering melodies intertwine with accompanying drones, mantra-like fragments and a handfeel percussion lend themselves as living and breathing elements in Roxane’s beguiling and spellbinding anecdotes.

Roxane is an observer of the world, her projects conceived from elements that inform her reality, such as the organic imagery and sounds of nature, then transforming that into a strangely familiar parallel universe that would not exist otherwise. Whether it's active research or taking her instruments to the forest, Métayer opens up her imagination by taking this mental journey to discover locations, creatures, and time periods then channeling that into her own fairy tales. The album and track titles act as a portal into those worlds, like chapters in a book where the protagonists are animalia, plantae, and fungi. As Métayer wrote in an interview: “Stories are a privileged way to create an awareness of a specific subject.”

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