Nowy alias Pépé Bradocka. Przywołuje tu swoje eksperymentalne, choć figlarne wcielenie. Wolniutkie syntezatorowe jamy, czasem brzdęknie gitarka... taki improwizowany dźwiękowy pejzaż.
Brigitte Barbu sounds like French cinematic icon Brigitte Bardot, but it's actually the alias of Pepe Bradock. The same Pepe Bradock whose 'Deep Burnt' was one of the quintessential deep house tracks of the late-1990s, the guy who's subsequently been on a quest to explore any and all experimental definitions of 'dance' and 'electronic music', and the chap who promised us an abstract hip hop album following last year's sonic collage, 'What A Mess'. If you're looking for sophisticated club beats, alternative tracks for block parties, or any beats at all you're likely to come away disappointed, though. If, on the other hand, you want a vanguard producer to all-but throw away the rulebook with a collection of strange, otherworldly arrangements that involve a guitar mimicking machines and computers, then this is the place to be. To borrow from another French classic, the sounds of tomorrow, music of today.