YVANKO – Pluviôse


Release on November 30th, 2018.
150 copies – 12″ record + insert / digital

yvanko is a French artist we have been following for a few years now. His first record was composed between Reunion Island, Kiev, and Ivry-sur-Seine as part of our new Spectre series.

Pluviôse is a written, sensitive, asymmetrical, irascible world: wild at times, but always in control. A world wherein each moment holds it’s share of lyricism, of tragedy, of drama. Wherein each interaction between its inhabitants gives evidence of life. Each one comes, but inevitably leaves, flirting delicately among a tumefied, atrophied, swollen and overflowing mother substance. Swarms of visual sounds sweep through the landscape, breaking down in beating rains, moving from I to He in phrases. Here, madness is the original condition of life, movement and matter are confused and subject to one another, the pulse is abstracted from all necessity. Curving time and elusive rhythms belong to the same pen, drawing out in one shared movement, both the pointillist subtleties and the vast torsions that compose Pluviôse.

A1 – Azumaton (6:07)
A2 – Ventôse (5:51)
A3 – Irradiées (7:26)
B1 – Exeunt (6:55)
B2 – Rognés (6:28)
Digital bonus – Radicaux Libres (7:10)
Vinyl bonus – Panta Rhei (10:10)
Special bonus – Friables ft. yab (4:06) – exclusive track only available when you purchase one of our record on Bandcamp on May 1, June 5 or July 3, 2020

Written and produced by Yvan Tekoutcheff between Autumn 2017 and Summer 2018
Artwork by E. d’Aracsam and the 91b3703f5699e53aabb03793abcab30bcf08cc6 GPU rig.
Mastered and cut by Mathieu Berthet @ MB Mastering, France.
Bonus tracks mastered by Lorenzo Targhetta and Nebulo.

Records pressed in the old Occitania by RPM, France.

Review, mentions, premiere :
Neural – Side-Line – The New Noise – Noisey – Le Gospel
Mixtape Le Cabanon VS18
Mixes by : nebulo on WNUR Radio
Mika Oki on The Word Radio
Kiblind on LYL Radio
Szare on NTS

You can order the record (including a download code with two bonus tracks)
on Bandcamp or on the website :