Juan d'Oultremont Megaphone's Judas Compact Disc
If art is being where nobody’s waiting for you, then Juan d’Outremont certainly is an artist. Performances, novels, theater plays, video clips, and even a few hit songs (among them “Coeur de loup” for Philippe Lafontaine, a number one in France). Record sleeves for Blue Note Records and appearances in a radio program for RTBF (the success show “Jeu des dictionnaires”). Colourless Belgian flags for people suffering from daltonism and erotic drawings. And now his second album as a recording artist for Freaksvillle Records, the infamous belgian label run by Miam Monster Miam. Pierre La Police made the album sleeve. Nine new songs about Judas Iscariot, trapeze girls and flood tourism. Nobody sings d’Outremont like d’Outremont. This records features amazing beats produced by Dj Mig One ( Starflam crew) , spectacular Commodore 64 sounds programmed by Chantal Goret, Vintage synthetisers by les enfants de Zardoz and off course amazing lyrics written by Juan.