One year has passed since The Pilotwings’ first output « Agorespace ». Expectations
went further in 2015 as they contributed to the rave-ish J-Zbel project. The pair is now
back on BFDM with another ode to rurality and old-fashioned analogue.
Including 4 tracks, « Molitor 71 » goes deeper into retrofuturist nostalgia and bucolic
A1 31 Septembre (On Va Tout Niker) introduces full-on panflute melodies and
uplifting Korg exotica.
As the trancy Chicago dream fades out, A2 Les Invasions Babar unveils its weird combo
of electro beats and massive Patrick Cowley-esque synths. Unplanned bass moves lead
this jam while an undertaking voice calls for no less than « the greatest experience of your
Things settle down on the nocturnal B1 Congo Libre. Focus on breakbeats and
sophisticated rhythms evokes Trance Beats, while sparkling synths emerge from
The Ep ends up with a floating ambient piece called Buruganda Ouverture and
designed for the listener to rediscover the meaning of his existence.
Molitor will give you faith in humanity and flutes again
Distribution By Chez Emile