"Erosion" results from a rare and fruitful encounter. The raw, organic and experimental sound of composer-producer Thomas Regnault, aka Dew Town Mayor, resonates with the work on texture, material and rock of writer-illustrator Noel Rasendrason. This powerful and orgiastic track pays tribute to the "preacher house" classics from Chicagoan pioneers Mr. Fingers, Lil Louis or Green Velvet, while enrolling in a new wave of techno in French. It thus updates a certain kind of "chanson francaise", from Gainsbourg to slam-rap, and replies thirty years later to Taxi Girl's "Paris", in which the awareness of a "no future" made of asphalt and concrete is replaced by that of its mineral origin and its consequences on the environment.
The two other tracks show Dew Town Mayor's taste for electronica, radiant and bitter-sweet with "Anel", dark and sophisticated with "Class Agosta". Bruno Fontana is the director of "Anel"'s video, which tells the wandering of a solitary explorer, mankind's last hope, on a quest for life.