I found out about this Toronto band, "Shut-In" on an excellent blog called, http://gonnagetsued.blogspot.com.es/
Lot's of post hardcore and Very obscure stuff.
Take the "Shut-In" as an example, including a couple of guy's from the band 'Pecola' and another who went on to play in 'Picastro', the "Shut-In" had only one album, "Mediafire"_-_"Shut In"_-_"Would Hope Never Happen".com/download/r40giv1d715384u/si-whnh.zip
If you'd like to know why the Band chose that Name and how the Great album title came about,
you can read an Interview by 'Wavelength-Toronto' with them, Juz Below, http://www.wavelengthtoronto.com/back_issues/02_05.html (not too long),
From the interview in 2003 with "Shut-In" (see above,) "Having Worked in the corporate market, I know who you mean when you say many question the relevance of Art and music. In a total economy where everything down to our DNA will soon be for sale, of course art and music is viewed as irrelevant by people with no creative conceptions beyond where they will find the next market for their product and/ or idea. How insane and fucked up that the concept of an "IDEA" has become a tradeable commodity ! The gatekeeper of this Society and culture keep creativity and critical thinking at bay,, BUT, this makes creation Imperative. Choosing between the destruction of Capitalism and the creations of the Imaginative mind is a no brainer. As far as my money goes"
Pretty nifty artwork.Do listen to the track Jez Below.
Browsing various Blogs and Record stores, not a single one recognised the sample used
in the above track as coming from the 1970's TV series,
OuspenskyFallExo, getting the facts straight,
The above track incidentally is from the 2007 self titled, "L'Homme Puma"
wheras the Horsey Artwork is from the 2009, "On Remplace Les Yeux Casses"
[It replaces Broken Eyes]
Available along with an earlier split with Sugartown Cabaret,
the Selftitled, and
a December 2012 Release, "BandanaScope"
with a much more synthy sound.
All at the Bandcamp. 4 FREE. Just by way of satisfying a possible itch you may have, -
if you are listening to the embedded track above,
try opening the 'Youtube' link below at the moment the Player hit's the 1 minute mark exactly.
( during the keyboard part).
Here is the original 'Persauders Theme from youtube, (Starring Roger Moore and Tony Curtiss)
"L homme Puma" a french band from PARIS, They use to be 4, then 3, now they are, Clement Chauveau - Bass / Keyboards / programming, and Loic Salmon - Drums / Keyboards, Playing Post Rock with Samples, Experimentation, and a little bit of screaming. Samples are used quite intelligently, with the exception of the charles manson clip. ((when will that prick stop being fashionable?)) Look up the Dedicated Homme Puma website, here, L' Homme Puma band.com/ and visit the Bandcamp page hear, "L Homme Puma"_-_Bandcamp_-_"Bandanascope"