Please don't call them "skramz" (nor post-rock? Or post-anything?) , they were the complete opposite of what that term represents and just a punk band with a mix of influences far broader than the average screamo band. They were part of the Lyon city DIY punk scene, among which I have many friends who are still around today. Actually, one of my bandmates works with Julien from Daitro. And I'm currently wearing my Daitro t-shirt of the same album you mentioned that I bought like 15 years ago? That's funny.Touch Starved wrote: ↑Thu Feb 10, 2022 12:56 pm I’ve been listening to a lot of skramz
Daitro - Laisser Vivre les Squelettes
Amazing French skramz / post rock
If you like "Laissez Vivre Les Squelettes", check out the link I'm posting. It's more noise and less emo, but had a very strong musical influence on the band from that album onwards. I remember Julien emailing me years ago to ask me where he could get their records (way before Bandcamp) because they were a local band with no distribution and that nobody cared about outside of the area.
As for my recent playlist :
Some MOT, IDLER and SPRING OF LIFE tapes I recently got (all amazing), a MAGNETIC CORONER tape (I should give the project more attention) and a PO.NO(I).ZA tape which is absolutely crazy tape noise. My girlfriend called me as I was listening to it and asked me if the washing machine was on. It was the PO.NO(I).ZA tape and you know that if it sounds like a washing machine through a telephone, it must be good.