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Thierry Müller / Ilitch / Ruth

Thierry Müller / Ilitch / Ruth
Country
France
Profile
Thierry Müller is a French multi-instrumentalist who uses unconventional guitars as well as keyboards and other electronics to create strange textures and sounds. He has recorded solo and with others under a variety of names, including Ruth and Ilitch.
Website
http://www.ilitchmusic.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (9)
NLTM - Nick Littlemore / Thierry Müller — Days in Vermilion Sands NLTM - Nick Littlemore / Thierry Müller — Days in Vermilion Sands
(Ilitch IM-LP1804, 2018, LP+EP)
Ilitch — Un Jour Comme Tant d'Autres Ilitch — Un Jour Comme Tant d'Autres
(Beta-lactam Ring mt272, 2011, CD)
Ilitch — La Maïeutique de la Quantique Ilitch — La Maïeutique de la Quantique
(Beta-lactam Ring mt152, 2010, CD)
Ilitch — Lena's Life and Other Stories Ilitch — Lena's Life and Other Stories
(Fractal Records Fractal185, 2007, CD)
Ilitch — Rainy House Ilitch — Rainy House
(SSW-812, 2005, LP)
Ruth — Polaroïd / Roman / Photo Ruth — Polaroïd / Roman / Photo
(Infrastition Fin 033, 1985/2008, CD)
Ilitch — 10 Suicides Ilitch — 10 Suicides
(Fractal Records 013, 1980/2001, 2CD)
Ilitch — P.T.M. Works Ilitch — P.T.M. Works
(Eurock EDC04, 1980, MC)
Ilitch — Periodikmindtrouble Ilitch — Periodikmindtrouble
(Fractal Records 012, 1978/2000, 2CD)

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