New 2015 material from French experimentalists Vivenza, Brume, Le Syndicat, and Lieutenant Caramel. This is their own updated, contemporary vision of the Bruitism sounds and texts. Jean-Marc Vivenza has theoretically and politically linked himself with the Italian Futurists and Russian Constructivists since the mid '70s. Originally released in 1984, his series of Fondements Bruitistes d'Action (Bruitist Foundations of Action) recordings were inspired by the relationship between the technological and mechanical industrial fabric, on the one hand -- which makes up the reality of the modern world -- and the human and social environment on the other. Le Syndicat was founded in Paris in 1982, motivated out of the sheer pleasure of manipulating noise material. Brume (Christian Renou) is a prolific French musique concrète composer/sound sculptor. On black vinyl in a limited and numbered edition of 400 copies.