Point d’orgue is the music of a future imagined by our grandparents. Point d’orgue, with its akwardness, its explosion of contradictory sentiments, its limited means, its false virtuosity, slowed down funk, abusive repetitions and lo-fi sounds, is mostly a playful affair. But repeated listenings reveal not only some nuances and subtleties, but the possibility of a serious dependency. Should please fans of Booker T, Cluster, Plone. The Rummage : " Galerie Stratique’s PR calls them awkward - and truth is stranger than fiction. This wonky, egregious album draws on all those teeter-tot-toddler memories of music boxes, serial themes and ice cream trucks. In chipper bright bleeps it screams lite brite and silly putty.
Real Name: Charles-Émile Beullac. Profile: Following musical footprints left here and there Charles-Emile Beullac is a sound hunter. He plays with every last drop of noise to produce a unique experience embracing atmospheric electronics and sound art. Illusion of familiarity and fading landmarks are recurring themes of Beullac's work. Point D'orgue (9xFile, MP3, 128). NTA 021. Galerie Stratique. Adieu IDM (Outtakes D'Horizzzons) (7xFile, MP3, 256). Not On Label (Galerie Stratique Self-released). Stainless Sorrows (8xFile, MP3, 320).
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Best known for atmospheric electronic music, Galerie Stratique (Charles-Émile Beullac) first appeared on a Worm Interface compilation. In 2001 he released the cold and misty Nothing Down-to-Earth, followed by the warmer and psychedelic Horizzzons. From 2004 he moved in a new direction while conceiving a strange semi-acoustic album entitled Faux World. Galerie Stratique explores ethereal territories in a wide range of styles. Beullac currently lives in Québec, Canada.