We have our internal booking agency. For Rone, Clara Moto, Fraction, Donso, Cubenx, Arandel, or InFiné showcases you can address your requests to email@example.com.
For other artists, we will also redirect your requests to the right contacts.
Since November 2008, we also have our own publishing company to take of our artist's rights and to multiply broadcasting and exploitation of their tracks in advertisements, movies, television's shows, websites, video games, compilations...
For that matters, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
For the last nine years, we have been exploring uncharted territories, bringing artists from various musical backgrounds together to go on new adventures. Artist development is an art that has become risky in todays climate, the certainty of success is comparable to the likelihood of an ice cube remaining frozen under a blazing sun.
To satisfy our ferocious appetite for brand new exciting sounds, we decided to bring eleven young producers together on an InFiné compilation released today.
This is also a way for us to celebrate the week when our annual summer artist residency Workshop InFiné would have normally taken place. Sadly, the Carrière du Normandoux venue is closed for refurbishment this summer so the 7th edition of Workshop InFiné will take place in 2016 instead.
Explorer#1 gathers emerging artists and anonymous producers who have contributed to this project with sheer enthusiasm. The international line-up swings between different genres, from ambient music to raw techno. They are all offering a personal and unique vision of modern electronic music. We bet that some of these artists will still be around to celebrate our 10th and 20th anniversaries with us!
We’ve chosen to present the artists music one by one during the summer, through podcasts, playlists and various other means to nourish your very own appetite of discovery!
Finally, this project’s singularity lies in the unprecendeted system we set up to produce the vinyl in collaboration with the start-up Vinyl It. Once 150 pre-orders is reached, we launch the fabrication: each and everyone contribution will enable the creation of a quality physical object that highlights the artists and their productions.
About the artists:
Photo by Götz Goppert courtesy of Yellow Korker
Debut Rone & Tristano albums on LP for the first time
Buy Spanish Breakfast: http://smarturl.it/ronesb-bleep
Buy Not For Piano: www.smarturl.it/tristanonfp-bleep
We're pleased to announce that you can now buy the debut albums from Rone and Francesco Tristano on vinyl for the very first time! Both LPs come with a digital download card too.
Spanish Breakfast ranked #17 in Electronic Beats ‘Top 25 Records of 2009’ and picked up support from the likes of Jean-Michel Jarre and Sasha as well as a number of respected music sites; Resident Advisor, XLR8R, Line of Best Fit & DJ Mag.
Spanish Breakfast demonstrates the versatility of Rones’ production style and his skill of retaining a catchy yet delicate melody. The album is also still available on CD format, as is Rone’s second album from 2012 Tohu Bohu. Third album due in 2015!
Not For Piano is a collection Tristanos' own compositions as well as piano interpretations of Detroit techno and electronica classics such as Strings of Life by Derrick May, The Bells by Jeff Mills, andOverand by Autechre.
Rone - apache in 3d in your headphone
The Human ear has a 360° nature. The “head shadow” assesses the temporality and spatiality of an audio event. Sound Engineers have been searching for the best recording and broadcasting techniques to recreate this feeling of reality in sound. They first focused their studies in studio environment and then slowly developed 5.1 sound system for Home Entertainment. Now, they will bring it to our headphones.
« Binaural » is quite old word dating back from the late XIXth century. It's based on the dual perception of our human ear (level and time). It also studies the way sounds travel and are assimilated by our brain. The result is a psycho-acoustic experience, which spatialy transcends normally recorded stereo.
Interestingly enough,the French were the first one to have interest for « Binaural » principles, when they developed a telephonic distribution system to listen to Opera (Theatrephone). The BBC in UK broadcasted various 3D recordings of his radio-shows (most notably Rob Da Bank' s 3D headphone special early March). In France, NouvOson, a website developed by sound engineers of Radio France are regularly posting 3D recordings.
We met those gentlemen and loved the result. And Rone as well...
You also can check the interview of Herve Dujardin (in French) in InFiné latest radioshow on Campus radio.
Hervé mentionned the various challenges of 3D developments and highlighted the necessity to give to a direction and a language. It's only the beginning.
Our collaboration starts today with the premiere of a 3D/Binaural version of Rone's Apache.
… more coming very soon.
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