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Guilhem Meier / LFant

Guilhem Meier / LFant
Country
France
Profile
Guilhem Meier is a French drummer best known for his work with PoiL and Piniol. He also performs on "prepared drums" as LFant.
Website
http://guilhemmeier.wixsite.com/meier/sololfant
Related articles (7)
Releases on file (9)
Le Grand Sbam — Furvent Le Grand Sbam — Furvent
(Dur et Doux , 2020, CD / DL)
LFant — LFant LFant — LFant
(Dur et Doux DD-040, 2019, CD / DL)
PoiL — Sus PoiL — Sus
(Dur et Doux DD-027, 2019, CD / DL)
Le Grand Sbam — Vaisseau Monde Le Grand Sbam — Vaisseau Monde
(Dur et Doux DD-037, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Piniol — Bran Coucou Piniol — Bran Coucou
(Dur et Doux DD-022, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Mula — Mula PoiL Mula — Mula PoiL
(Dur et Doux DD-036, 2018, LP / DL)
PoiL — Brossaklitt PoiL — Brossaklitt
(AltrOck Productions ALT-042, 2014, CD)
PoiL — Dins O Cuol PoiL — Dins O Cuol
(Dur et Doux DD-001, 2011, CD)
PoiL — L'Ire des Papes PoiL — L'Ire des Papes
((Not on label) , 2008, DL)

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