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Feindre (1912-1943) lived a life defined by love and war. When six years old her father was gassed during the second battle of the Marne leaving her mother literally mad with grief. It was this extreme reaction that, contrarily, informed Fiendre's works.These typically contain elements of deliberate coldness towards, and disconnection from, love and loss. She is quoted as having said, "I have a new lover every week of every year" and it was her last, Henri D`Etran-Gleur, who put an end to her life after having read `Beauté de Passage`.
Praise for "Transparencies"
"Chopped, twisted and loaded with eerie electronica - vivid and mournful" - Q
"A joy to behold" - International DJ (Dave Stenton)
"A masterful sound" - Future Music (Andy Jones)
"A beguiling collection of haunted moments" - The Wire