Les Fleurs Du Mal

by Nicolas Ovalle

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Straight outta Montevideo, Uruguay, Nicolas Ovalle lays down a nice bit of late-night weirdness for Biatch Corp. Les Fleurs du Mal (named for the Baudelaire anthology, of course—but you knew that) is a playful bit of minimal action, with a tick-tock rhythm, a synth-bass that burrows directly into the brain, and all manner of blips and bleeps to keep the tech-heads happy. It’s subtle, fun and extremely funky, all at the same time. Naples-via-london Flavio Diaz, known for EPs on Analytic Trail, Loose Records and Weave Music; induces "Les Fleurs Du Mal" Into Flavio’s deluxe sound signature in a glorious condensed Techno Bomb in 3D

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released March 28, 2009

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