Romboy, Marc: Voyage de la planete (New Interpretations)

Romboy, Marc SKU: 40048116
Romboy, Marc: Voyage de la planete (New Interpretations)

Romboy, Marc: Voyage de la planete (New Interpretations)

Romboy, Marc SKU: 40048116

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Title: Voyage de la planete (New Interpretations)
Artist: Romboy, Marc
Label: Hyperharmonic
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 4250101408731
Genre: Electronic

The release of Marc Romboy's album Voyage de la Planète in 2017 (HYPE 002CD/LP) marked a new era of his career. With ten rather beatless tracks where he combined his definition of electronica with classical instruments like violin, cello, double bass, and piano Marc began to walk the path of fresh sounding music for the brain. The title track has been the most successful one so that Marc called no one else than Erased Tape's poster boy Ben Lukas Boysen from Berlin to contribute his very own interpretation. Ben created a typical and unique version which comes along with a, believe it or not, 4/4 kick pattern towards the end. But listen yourself, it totally makes sense. And Bordeaux's best Ocoeur made a short but epic ambient version you also should not miss.


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