Corridor: Supermercado

Supermercado

Corridor

  • US $14.99  

  • Release Date 02 June 2017
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Product code
RPUT22
Format
Vinyl LP
Label
Requiem for a twister

Supermercado: a mosaic, tangible, colourful to the point of saturation, anchored in a very real present. Behind the metaphor that gives the new album its title, Corridor examines modernity, takes on this transitional transition by looking at where it went wrong: pushed around by big data, apathy induced by oversaturation, the speeding up of cycles, effort stripped to its bare minimum, physical detachment.

After giving the art-rock and jangle-pop treatment to their first two efforts Un Magicien en toi and Le Voyage Éternel, Corridor sticks to its signature sound: upfront, dissonant guitars upheld by minimal beats and syncopated bass lines, yet also marks a new direction. Supermercado leans on repeated strong melodies, slow progressions, bolstered by two distinct voices, yielding a more hypnotic, sharper, and strangely, poppier result. Corridor recorded this new record in the hallowed halls of Montreal's Breakglass Studios, with Emmanuel Ethier (Chocolat, Bernhari, Peter Peter) assuming production duties.

Tracks
Tracklisting
1 Ce n'est rien  
2 Coup d'epee  
3 Le grand ecart  
4 Mal aux mains  
5 Du Moyen Âge à l'age moyen  
6 L'espoir sans fin  
7 Data fontaine  
8 Un long canal  
9 Supermercado  
10 Demain deja  
11 L'histoire populaire de Jonathan Cadeau