Ménage À Trois – White Noise

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A bit unclear whether this Manchester outfit call themselves The Bogans Of Death or Ménage à Trois ( I frankly prefer the latter), but regardless, with “White Noise”, they’ve filled a void I never knew needed to be filled. It takes me back to the turn of the millennium when French filter house acts like Stardust, Modjo and Spiller conquered the airwaves. These where acts keen on sampling and looping everything recalling the last days of disco, and by the sound of the few tracks available on Ménage á Trois’ SoundCloud, it’s clear that these guys are very much rooted in the same era. They’ve even covered Bee Gee’s “Islands In The Stream” to great effect. Somehow, “White Noise” feels totally off wiht the times, which makes it all the more interesting.

Regarding the visuals; this is what Crack In The Road had to say:

White Noise is a visual delight, and a real immersive experience that requires repeat viewing to truly digest. Shot in New York earlier in the year, there’s themes of jealously and adulation within this almost mythically conjured up world, all underpinned by one of the finest dance tracks of recent times.”

 

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