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Garden of Love

Scratch Massive

BOR020 | 2018-10-26  
Virtuoso compositions, subtle synthetic atmospheres, voices oscillating between pure intentions and dreamlike fantasy, a confusion of feelings and desires, time and space...Garden of Love, the new album by electro duo Scratch Massive makes an impression from the first moments that you hear its enigmatic beauty. Like a ghost train moving along a tightrope - between shadow and light, failure and redemption, violence and melancholy - this fourth studio album reaffirms the Parisian DJ/Producer duo style/vibe with their hybrid sounds and sensory experiences.

For 15 years, Maud Geffray and Sebastien Chenut have maintained artistic and aesthetic control as they participated in the “revolution of the dancefloors”. In the early 2000s, “Made in France” electro became known for its hedonism and as the savior of an entire techno generation ready to fight (or at least on the dancefloor!) for a future that was increasingly frustrating and hypothetical. Enemy & Lovers, the album that gave birth to the band in 2003, was made against a backdrop of an immoral love between dark electronic and cold-wave ecstatic. The second album was the grandiose Nuit de Rêve, a techno fresco released in 2011 where the presence of 80s icons Jimmy Sommerville, Daniel Agust of Gus Gus, DJ Chloé and the electro punk band Koudlam could be felt in the vintage soundscapes that evoked morbid beauty. With their following album, Time, and its synthetic obsessions in black and white, the duo never ceased to embody dreams of glory, blues to the soul, and the libertarian aspirations of an electronic music in search of identity and light.
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