Review in the french webzine “Etherreal”

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Happy to be on this EtherREAL review with the Hylé crew.
EtherREAL is a webzine active since the late 90’s and was one of the very first to talk about the emergent european electronic and experimental scene of that time, writing articles about Mego records, Fennesz, Oval and other exciting artists. The post below is making a brief survey of the Hylé Tapes label where I signed my first album, and mentioned JUJU, Pointe du Lac, Mortuus Auris & The Black Hand and myself.

-> http://www.etherreal.com/spip.php?breve184

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