The Church
by Mr. Oizo

— Released 17th November 2014 on Brainfeeder

Legendary French producer and Los Angeles resident Mr. Oizo presents The Church, a lavish foray into unexpected sonic dimensions. Limber and chaotic, The Church swerves from gasping intensity to minimal rapture. It is a loose cannon, a bold experiment that provokes outbursts of energy and dance.

“Bear Biscuit” crashes through the skull, a forceful debut of Oizo’s audio weaponry. Delusional undulations inhabit “Ham”, while “Mass Doom” flips from an industrial begi...

Legendary French producer and Los Angeles resident Mr. Oizo presents The Church, a lavish foray into unexpected sonic dimensions. Limber and chaotic, The Church swerves from gasping intensity to minimal rapture. It is a loose cannon, a bold experiment that provokes outbursts of energy and dance.

“Bear Biscuit” crashes through the skull, a forceful debut of Oizo’s audio weaponry. Delusional undulations inhabit “Ham”, while “Mass Doom” flips from an industrial beginning into an elastic sonic swim. “Machyne” is wickedly alluring, a synthetic tightrope crossing the wild high of technology.

“Torero” drops into a thunderstorm, dabbling in the eye of an electrical tornado with a breakdown of flashing lights, shredded walls and colored confetti: pure swirling madness. Built with broken windows on a cavernous bassline, title track “The Church” closes the album with a luscious, geometric melody.

Unpredictable and assertive, leaden yet light - Mr. Oizo’s unique style and aerobic beats offer listeners an exhilarating aural excursion.

The Church
by Mr. Oizo

— Released 17th November 2014 on Brainfeeder

Physical

LP (BF053)
£13.00
 
CD (BFCD053)
£8.00
 

Digital

MP3 (BFDNL053)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (BFDNL053W)
£7.00
 

Physical

Digital

LP (BF053)
£13.00
MP3 (BFDNL053)
£5.00
CD (BFCD053)
£8.00
16-bit WAV (BFDNL053W)
£7.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • LP
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Bear Biscuit
  2. 2
    Ham
  3. 3
    Destop
  4. 4
    Dry Run
  5. 5
    Mass Doom
  6. 6
    Machyne
  7. 7
    iSoap
  8. 8
    Torero
  9. 9
    Memorex
  10. 10
    The Church
  11.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    Bear Biscuit
  2. 2
    Ham
  3. 3
    Destop
  4. 4
    Dry Run
  5. 5
    Mass Doom
  6. 6
    Machyne
  7. 7
    iSoap
  8. 8
    Torero
  9. 9
    Memorex
  10. 10
    The Church
  11.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    Bear Biscuit
  2. 2
    Ham
  3. 3
    Destop
  4. 4
    Dry Run
  5. 5
    Mass Doom
  6. 6
    Machyne
  7. 7
    iSoap
  8. 8
    Torero
  9. 9
    Memorex
  10. 10
    The Church
  11.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    Bear Biscuit
  2. 2
    Ham
  3. 3
    Destop
  4. 4
    Dry Run
  5. 5
    Mass Doom
  6. 6
    Machyne
  7. 7
    iSoap
  8. 8
    Torero
  9. 9
    Memorex
  10. 10
    The Church
  11.  
    Play All (10)

Legendary French producer and Los Angeles resident Mr. Oizo presents The Church, a lavish foray into unexpected sonic dimensions. Limber and chaotic, The Church swerves from gasping intensity to minimal rapture. It is a loose cannon, a bold experiment that provokes outbursts of energy and dance.

“Bear Biscuit” crashes through the skull, a forceful debut of Oizo’s audio weaponry. Delusional undulations inhabit “Ham”, while “Mass Doom” flips from an industrial begi...

Legendary French producer and Los Angeles resident Mr. Oizo presents The Church, a lavish foray into unexpected sonic dimensions. Limber and chaotic, The Church swerves from gasping intensity to minimal rapture. It is a loose cannon, a bold experiment that provokes outbursts of energy and dance.

“Bear Biscuit” crashes through the skull, a forceful debut of Oizo’s audio weaponry. Delusional undulations inhabit “Ham”, while “Mass Doom” flips from an industrial beginning into an elastic sonic swim. “Machyne” is wickedly alluring, a synthetic tightrope crossing the wild high of technology.

“Torero” drops into a thunderstorm, dabbling in the eye of an electrical tornado with a breakdown of flashing lights, shredded walls and colored confetti: pure swirling madness. Built with broken windows on a cavernous bassline, title track “The Church” closes the album with a luscious, geometric melody.

Unpredictable and assertive, leaden yet light - Mr. Oizo’s unique style and aerobic beats offer listeners an exhilarating aural excursion.