|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|2||The Windtalker EP||8||mp3||2011-03-07||Creaked Records|
|4||Early Leaves Part I||4||mp3||2011-05-04||Absence Of Wax|
|5||Rusty Handcuffs EP||5||mp3||2011-11-11||Creaked Records|
Consor is the brainchild of a Swiss French-based artist and is an accomplished musician, playing everything from guitar, violin, piano, and also experienced with machines, computers, samplers and electronic tools.
Since his debut solo album Mesantropia released in 2006, Consor has musically been very discrete. We rarely have the chance to see him on stage under the name of Consor, although the Swiss electronic producer is active in a few others rock bands.
Back in 2011 after five long years, he returns with a magificent second full-length album called Tumult. From warm and minimalist pop, to cold and melancholic electronic music and mechanical experimentations, Consor brings an exceptional and unique album of contemporary electronic music.
Complex and rough, keeping his own electronic charm and particular shoegaze touch, including frenetic rhythms, string and drones, hypnotic synth, whirring bass, guitars and beats, and builds up an unique sense of space and an endless beauty.
Tumult is definitely a masterpiece to have.