BRUIT: New Noise Magazine To Host Virtual Release Show For French Post-Rock Quartet TODAY; The Machine Is Burning And Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again Out Now

photo by Mathilde Cartoux

Watch the BRUIT Release Show TODAY, Friday, April 23rd at 2PM ET HERE.

Following the recent release of their riveting debut LP, The Machine Is Burning And Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again, French post-rock/neoclassical quartet BRUIT will perform a special live virtual release show for the album today, hosted in the US by New Noise Magazine.

The Machine Is Burning And Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again features four sprawling and expansive movements which show BRUIT≤ investigating new realms of creative exploration and auditory emotion. Produced by La Tanière and Elusive Sound, the album was recorded in several studios across France – Le manoir de léon, La Tanière, and L’imprimerie – after which it was mixed by Clément Libes at La Tanière and mastered by Alexis Bardinet at Globe Audio Mastering and completed with artwork by BOBBY, Mehdi Thiriot, and Sebastien Blanchot.

With the record now available to the public, the band is excited to present their new material in the live setting with fans around the globe during their special release show this week. BRUIT≤ will broadcast the performance from Le Metronum in their hometown of Toulouse, France with the help of several international partners, including New Noise Magazine for the North American exclusive.

Tune in and watch the BRUIT≤ virtual record release performance TODAY, Friday, April 23rd, at 2pm Eastern/11am Pacific at New Noise Magazine’s website HERE and their Facebook page HERE.

The Machine Is Burning And Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again is now available digitally HERE, with the vinyl version set to follow shortly through Elusive Sound.

Stand by for further updates on the vinyl edition of the album and more to post over the weeks ahead.

BRUIT≤ \ˈbrü-Ä“\ [French for “noise”] is a post-rock/modern classical quartet from Toulouse, France.

Emerging from the ashes of several pop bands, the BRUIT≤ project was born of the desire of its members to turn their backs on the majors and return to a process of creation without constraints. Initially, the band’s intention was not to perform live but to research and experiment with sound in a studio environment. At the end of 2016, this research would result in two live videos filmed in their studio that would enable the band to make its debut on the Toulouse scene.

After this experience, Clément Libes (bass, violin), Damien Gouzou (drums) and Théophile Antolinos (guitar) composed together in search of their own sound identity and with the aim to create progressive music that subverts genre and would result in the expansion of stylistic boundaries. Consequently, during this time, the band went through several line-up changes until Luc Blanchot (cello) joined in January 2018. It was only then that BRUIT≤ truly felt complete and sure of their direction, creating emotively intense and expansive, instrumental compositions of a conceptual nature that merge post-rock, ambient electronica, and modern classical.

In July of 2018, the band signed to Elusive Sound who released their first EP, Monolith, that Fall. The band supported the release with a twenty-show tour of France and Belgium, sharing the stage with bands like Shy Low, Slift, The Black Heart Rebellion, Silent Whale Becomes A Dream, Jean Jean, Endless Dive, Poly Math, Orbel, A Burial At Sea, and others. BRUIT≤ was invited to perform at Dunk Festival in 2020, but the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, they focused on the composition and production of their first full-length album, changing their line-up again with Julien Aoufi taking over on drums.