Our favorite French Bruxellois Èlg effortlessly switches between radical tape music, far out electronics that
even scare the shit out of Throbbing Gristle, and French chanson. Although it was one of the highlights of 2016, his latest record Mauve Zone (Nashazphone) has fallen between the cracks of most end-of-the-year lists. Too bad, because Laurent Gérard is on top of his game when it comes to associative outsider music. On a terrace in Saint-Gilles, we had a talk about the unconscious, The Mauve Zone and what the role of all this is in his music.