While not completely departing from its hardcore techno roots, “Doème” nevertheless spins an elaborate web of broken IDM beats, splintered jazz and classical influences. It is a convoluted and challenging release that will keep its audience guessing.
“1929 Revisited” is the companion to Thermidor’s critically acclaimed “1929” debut album, featuring reworkings of original Thermidor material by a selection of international artists: Lingouf, Ascetic, Tapage, Talvekoidik, Stpocold, Wilt, Marching Dynamics and Sleep Clinic.
CD, Ant-Zen, 2009 www.lingouf.org Time to come clean, first. Despite various people playing previous Lingouf releases to me, I’d never got around to listening to his work of my own [ … ]
CD, Ant-Zen, 2008 www.lingouf.org With “Area Keloza”, French hardcore/gabber artist Lingouf joins the ranks of the Ant-Zen catalogue. Recognized for his unique sound within hardcore and breakcore categories, Lingouf’s Vincent [ … ]
12″, Ark-Aïk, 2007 www.lingouf.org The French artist Lingouf proves on so many different levels that he is an outstanding member of the electronic music and electronic arts related industry. If [ … ]
CD, Ark-Aïk, 2007 www.lingouf.org Vincent Ingouf, alias Lingouf, is a rather prolific musician from the French hardcore scene, with a significant discography that reaches back to 2000 and of which [ … ]
CD, Ark-Aïk, 2005 www.lingouf.org The first release to come from the French act Lingouf under the Normandy-based Ark-Aïk label, “Internazional Fratricide”, sounds positively great. Still, since great needs a basis [ … ]