During the last years I had the honour to been involved with the SceneSat community which is a netradio/netlabel focusing on the DemoScene artists and friends. Once again they invited me to submit some tracks for their Sound Of SceneSat compilation. I had three little tracks waiting for this compilation to go out and thought, why not releasing them on their own as well ? So I just packed them together and created what could be defined as a Triptych (a work of art that is divided into three sections).
Hope you will enjoy this humble release. Two tracks to get you in the mood, leading you to the third one which is the main piece of this EP. This last track is trying to grab a bit of the vibe of the computer and downtempo music I was listening in the 80-90s. Hope you’ll enjoy this little trip into my world. If you do, you are fo course always welcome to contribute by buying, sharing, commenting and streaming it !
This digital only release is available on most platforms (Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play/YouTube, Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, Saavn, MediaNet) and, on SceneSat Radio.
Already 3 years ago, I was honoured to join Jean Michel Jarre production team with Joachim Garraud, Claude Samard with my old friend Marco Grenier for this incredible journey of collaborations with the legends of electronic music history.
“Electronic music has a family, it has a legacy and it has a future.”
– Jean Michel Jarre
Æon is a simply structured electro-house track, using complex synthesis sounds coming mainly from two custom G2X modular patches. A nice blend of chill in the back and punch in the front sharing sound elements with Voyager 1. This track was first released for the Sound of SceneSat Vol. 2 compilation. Thanks to Ziphoid of SceneSat Radio for inviting me again !
Oh and… you may here soon a new remix of this track soon… and not from me ! Continue reading →
This downtempo track was my contribution to the “Sound Of SceneSat Volume 1” compilation from SceneSat Radio. This track was inspired by the classical ambient dub tracks I love and used to listen a lot in the 90s. With the time it became one of my favourites. Most of the sound sources are hardware, the G2X providing the background noise and ambiance, the Virus for the CS80’ish sound, pads from the Wavestation, arpeggios from the DX11 (still can get usefull stuff out of this one too), even a little guitar in the break. Sometimes everything just fall right into place, making a perfect blend out of simplicity. Continue reading →
This track was released on Eyezcream label and had a really good exposure, played by the biggest DJs in the world (Tiesto Club Life 101, Corsten Countdown 86, Armin Van Buuren) and is available on Beatport and on Marco G compilations.
Voyager 1, my first release of the year is now leaving the exclusive orbit of SceneSat and is now available for download. Enjoy. Thanks again to SceneSat for adding this to their compilation and to everyone for their kind words on the launch day.