Agoria – Live @ Club Mad – Switzerland (25.06.2011)

Carrying round flight case, headphones and Sunday t-shirts every weekend, Sebastien Devaud spread his Dj skills around the globe. Shifting from local basement to international clubs and festivals, from Brazil to Japan, Spain, Germany … The list is too long! Probably because of his attention to emotion and details in his set, Agoria was elected two years in a row best DJ by the Trax magazine\’s readers poll.

2005, time to lay the staggering experience of his set down on a CD: Cute & Cult! Inside : 15 years knowledge, rare & beautiful things, from the Mulholland Drive soundtrack theme to a stunning piano reinterpretation of Derrick May\’s anthem… not to mention an exclusive new track Les Beaux Jours done especially for the project. A perfect hors d\’oeuvre for his new album, “The Green Armchair”.

THE EVIDENCE:
Whether the fundamentalists of the electronic genre like it or not, The Green Armchair was Undoubtedly an essential success of the fusion of styles. Eleven tracks of today’s music, a sort of snapshot of a certain vision of electronic music, terribly ambitious, yet perfectly accomplished and mastered.

A few dancefloor tracks, “Code 1026”, unanimously recognized as one of the techno anthem of year 2006, “Europa” or the classic “Les Violons Ivres”… A few unusual collaborations aimed at bringing the listener to a sort of melancholic reverie, to insert a bit of bittersweet reflection beyond the original bang-bang-bang : Peter Murphy from the cult krautrock band Bauhaus, Neneh Cherry, the soul sister or Francesco Tristano, a gifted young pianist … As a DJ he as kept on visiting the world with club residencies in Barcelona (Loft / Razzmatazz), Madrid (Danzoo/Macumba), Lyon (Nuits Sonores, festival that he created in his hometown and who is now the biggest music French festival) and Paris (Rex Club).

Artist: Agoria 
Tittle: Live @ Club Mad – Switzerland
Rls date: 25.06.2011
Source: WEB
Genre: Minimal Techno
Type: Live set

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