Since calling Berlin home in 2007 and constantly reminding the world of his soulful, organic inclinations by way of his colorful live sets, Guillaume has churned out an astounding amount of music and criss-crossed the globe to return once and again to his family and his beloved studio, where he’s been working on yet more material for Circus Company and Shimmy Sham Sham as well as for Musique Risquée with partner-in-crime Vincent Lemieux -as Flabbergast-; with Ernesto Ferreyra for a Chic Miniature release, and with his bandmates for an exciting Side Effects album. Oh, and lest we forget all his toiling away for Museum‘s album, an ambient project alongside Gabriel Coutu Dumont and Frederic Aubourg that is finally about to see the light of day. See what we mean? Lots going on.
Matthew Burton and Kate Rathod: Techno’s answer to Kanye and Kim….
From making the move together –gear and all- from the depths of northern England to a cosy abode that now represents their home and studio in Berlin town, they settled in quite nicely around these parts, making (a lot of) music, and even managing to get some of it it out on more well known outlets such as VISIONQUESTalongside their own hot-as-it-gets-without-anyone-knowing-much-about-it-so-far imprint, SHIFTED FLOW, to taking their laptop-free sultry LIVE SHOW on the road to the likes of FABRIC’s infamous dancefloor, it seems these two have definitely got it going on!
And, lest 2014 not follow suit with that track record, the duo have already begun making the rounds presenting PIPES, their latest oh-so-mellow release on Shifted Flow and gearing up for a fresh drop onFear of Flying. It would seem like a plate-full, but it takes two, right?
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For the last 2013 installment of our recently inaugurated “LCC FEATURES…” series, we have chosen none other then one of our Canadian music crushes, Hreno. You can read his (poetic) take on winter, Berlin and his music, and as a bonus listen and download a special podcast he did for us. Go here.