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Boomkat Product Review:
Terrific vintage scoop from Rivet’s Kess Kill label, presenting highlights of Vitor Hublot’s 185 Millions De Francophones Et Moi, Et Moi, Et Moi…  on download format for the first time.
In wonky line with Kess Kill’s reissue of Xaõ Seffcheque work, this one looks at a lesser heard nook of the Belgian new wave prism thru six spunky, playful examples taking in the rubbery, acidic dancer Piron N’veut Nin Dinser and barnyard antics of One Gayole Dé Biès along with some uncannily fresh sounding digi-dub/synth-pop mutation On A Tué No Porcheau, manic DAF-style throbs in El Nût Du Mariach, and the bitter bubblegum chew of Comme Les Autres Font.
There was definitely something in the water in ‘80s Belgium…