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Sec
Country
France
Profile
Sec (sometimes written SEC) is the duo of Jules Ribis (bass) and Xavier Tabard (drums). The are based in Couffouleux, France.
Website
http://seclerock.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Sec —  L'Aventure Complète de George Gallamus Sec — L'Aventure Complète de George Gallamus
(Dur et Doux DD-043, 2020, LP+CD / DL)
Sec — Que Chaque Jour Soit Dimanche Sec — Que Chaque Jour Soit Dimanche
(Bandcamp no#, 2014, DL)
Sec — Sec Sec — Sec
(Bandcamp no#, 2011, DL)

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2021-01-18
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2020-11-20
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Previously in Exposé...

Jon Rose - The Fence – Continuing in the Musique Concrete experimental mode defined by Rose's last disc, The Fence is less an album of music than it is an aural documentary. In this case, Rose has chosen Fences as his...  (1999) » Read more

Round House - Jin.Zo-Ni.N.Gen & Wings to Rest – The Japanese five-piece Round House apparently never recorded a proper album during their existence in the late 70s, though two releases were cobbled together out of live tracks, demos, and some...  (2003) » Read more

Unto Ashes - Grave Blessings – Given their penchant for unusual melodic angles, middle-eastern modalities, medieval and gothic stylisms, and folky mysticism, one would be amiss to review this band without mentioning some...  (2006) » Read more

Bill Rieflin - Birth of a Giant & Rieflin / Fripp / Gunn - The Repercussions of Angelic Behavior – For most of us not up on the hip, modern pop world, Bill Rieflin was the drummer for Ministry, a type of gothic downer band known for their stark imagery. What you probably wouldn't suspect is...  (2000) » Read more

Lol Coxhill / Morgan Fisher - Slow Music – Lol Coxhill and Morgan Fisher are two musicians whom you wouldn’t think had crossed paths before. Coxhill’s resume consists of an early stint with Kevin Ayers and Mike Oldfield in The...  (2001) » Read more



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