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ENSEMBLE ECONOMIQUE

 
"Here's the 3rd part in Dekorder's brand new series of highly limited Hybrid-Vinyl 12" releases to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the label. "(no thing-ness)" comes hot on the heels of Brian Pyle's latest highly acclaimed Ensemble Economique album on the Not Not ...
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DEKORDER070 | DEKORDER

"It's an exquisite feeling, to taste the truth, to let it wrap you completely, to feel it's ecstatic warmth, to let it ripple through you, to let you feel life with every breath, as if day and night are colliding, and sparks exploding, and the sky turning deep red, and ...
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DEKORDER060 | DEKORDER

"Ensemble Economique has emerged as an unusually globe-trotting creative valve for Arcata, CA, beachcomber Brian Pyle. Recent splits with similarly instinctual psychedelic unclassifiables like Lee Noble and Heroin in Tahiti have hinted at his bracing off-roader ...
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NNF276 | NOT NOT FUN

"ENSEMBLE ECONOMIQUE's new song-based full length release on Denovali is accompanied by this release, a concept record consisting of a single coherent 40 minute long piece, based on radio signature tunes or interval signals." (label info)
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DEN186 | DENOVALI

"ENSEMBLE ECONOMIQUE is Brian Pyle of Starving Weirdos and RV Paintings. His solo project, which could be probably briefly classified as ambient / drone / psychedelic / shoegaze, has released various albums, splits and EPs on labels such as Digitalis, Amish, Not Not ...
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DEN187LP | DENOVALI

""Melt Into Nothing" is Ensemble Economique's most lucid seance to date. The prolific Humboldt County musician has stripped layers off of his trademark haze but retained the beautiful desolation that's earned him a rabid fanbase. The solo project of former Starving ...
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DEN200LP | DENOVALI

"New Album from Ensemble Economique, aka Brian Pyle, 1/2 of Humboldt avant abstractionists Starving Weirdos and RV Paintings. We've long loved the SW's sprawling rhythmic dronescapery, and on his own, Pyle explores similar sonic territory, but Pyle's approach sans ...
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SP014 | SHELTER PRESS