Neural review for EX0_C

Kvitnu can be proud of their entry into the catalogue of Exo_C, for an untypical collaboration between Fan Yau – aka Exoterrism – and Carl Cock, this last artistically known as c_c, with a very refined and this time also tactile work. The two electronic manipulators are both active on the Belgian techno-experimental scene and […]

Chain DLK reviewed Exo_C

Exo_C is the bicephalous entity by two young noise-shapers, exoterrorism (Belgium/HK, having some tapes on tape-label ThirdTypeTapes in his short discography) and French performer Eduardo Ribuyo aka C_C, born (and already gone?) on the live stage of “On fait du l’art!”, a performative space/lab led by the same-maned artistic community in Lausanne (Switzerland) on 22nd […]

Review for Exo_c “Laboyatta”

“Exoterrism and C_C join forces on this sonic avalanche of dense and dubby discordance. Described as “noise poetry of distorted sonic perfection,” Kvitnu elaborate once again on the fundamental properties of extreme abstract electronics—Laboyatta being the latest nine-track collage. All manner of broken machinery is transformed into engorged chaos. “Dub1” delivers this message effectively as […]

Exo_C review from ATTN:Magazine

There are two layers to LABOYATTA. First: the electronics. Dry and corroded, clenching and oozing, caked in interference that clings to the surface like a crust of mud and foil. These thumps and hums are the album’s forward thrust, but only just – taking lead from dub’s contradictory mixture of inexorable drive and gravitational paralysis, lurching […]

First review for Exo_c “Laboyatta”

EXO_C’s “Laboyatta” is minimalism with menace. By stripping things down to the absolute essentials every sound serves as another threat. Attention to detail means these few powerful elements gains the greatest of impact. Rhythm rests at the heart of it all, a pulsating beat that drives the entire album forward. Melody does not exist in […]