| From the oeuvre of the classic
Jon Hassell/Brian Eno Fourth World sound comes this German ensemble
whose ethereal tribal-ambient soundscapes are free-floating but often grounded by ceremonial percussion.
Temps Perdu? creates otherwordly sounds to soothe the body and feed the mind - a good way to unwind at the end of the day.
Bryan Reesman, Napra Magazine [USA]
| The mysterious Temps Perdu?
conceptualize this striking cover image through synth music that pretty
breaks the barriers. Ceremonial, tribal, shamanistic-the aesthetic is there but the members of Temps Perdu?
areīnīt content with just adding themselves to the ethno-rank and file. Indescribable electronics merge with
strangely pulsing rhythms and other esoteric sound effects to yield sacred cybernetic mantras for these evolutionary, technological times.
DARREN BERGSTEIN, i/e Magazine [USA]
| Temps Perdu? are one of a
handful of bands that musically bridge the gaps between the ancient rhythms
and the voices of tomorrow, the sighs of ancestral spirits and the hisses of the industrial age.
They accomplish this by joining synthetic and sampling technology with the rhythms and sounds we
tend to associate with a more tribal culture.
MICHAEL C. MAHAN, ALTERNATIVE PRESS Magazine [USA]