CREME DE MENTHE – The Impossibility Of Eroticism In The Suburbs  

"The Impossibility Of Eroticism In The Suburbs" is the debut album of Scottish producer Matthew Aldworth, better known to the underground as CREME DE MENTHE. This record is dedicated to all the lovers of explicity, BDSM and Electronic Body Music in its revisited existence. "Crack the burning whip", "Abduction", "SadomachochistUs" and the already proven Hit-Single "Plastique" (Disko B/ DB#106) portray the fantasy and the imaginative power of this producer. The title reflects on the barrier between acceptance and rejection - both when writing and performing : "It explores the tension that exists when subject matter becomes socially unacceptable I like to find ways of exploiting this tension and playing with it in different ways. I could explain my lyrics but I would prefer everyone to use their own imagination. It's more fun to have your own interpretation, and your own personal experience."
To put it in other words : It's the social disobedience of BDSM-Electro and their crowd to empower! 'The Impossibility of Eroticism in the Suburbs' takes us on an exhilarating journey exposing the dark underbelly of the 21st century mindset. For a progressive take on power, voyeurism, control, sex, and synthetic clothing, strap yourself in for the Creme de Menthe experience.


review by: Disko B

p+c 2005.
Label: Disko B

Creme De Menthe Website
2005. Elektronski Zvuk