Electro Deluxe goes back in time

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Discover “1979”, the new single from the French jazz group Electro Deluxe, from Next, their next studio album.

Electro Deluxe unveils “1979”, a new single presented through a live session. Discover his video, produced by Quentin Ribeyrol and Loup Nicola, available via the player below:

“1979” is taken from Next, which is scheduled for release on February 9. “NEXT is an album that could benefit from the ‘HOMEMADE’ logo because we chose an artisanal approach to both writing and recording” explains the group in a press release. “Largely produced ‘at home’, this album is designed as an invitation to welcome listeners into our living room.

They also develop their artistic ambition: “While continuing to move the boundaries, we wanted to combine our taste for musical exploration and a desire to return to our roots. This desire to reconnect with our first loves in the lands of funk and soul is reflected in the exceptional presence of prestigious guests. »

Among these guests, we find in particular Candy Dulfer, Dutch saxophonist of Prince and Dave Stewart gave us a solo on the single “NAKIE”. Nils LandgrenSwedish trombonist and founder of the famous Funk Unit joined our horn section for the groove instrumental which bears the name of the album NEXT. Fred Wesley, a true living legend, American trombonist for James Brown, Maceo Parker and founder of the “JB’s” gives us the honor of playing on (…) “BLADE”. »

A true groove machine, Electro Deluxe will celebrate 20 years of career during a French tour planned for 2024. Places are available.

Here are the dates :

  • March 16: Moloco (Audincourt)
  • March 21: 6MIC (Aix-en-Provence)
  • March 22: Rockstore (Montpellier)
  • March 23: Bikini (Toulouse)
  • March 24: Casino Barrière (Bordeaux)
  • March 29: Oasis (Le Mans)
  • March 30: Casino Barrière (Deauville)
  • March 31: Casino Barrière (Lille)
  • April 3: Trianon (Paris)
  • April 4: La Manufacture (Saint-Quentin)
  • April 5: Scene from the Town Hall (Sarreguemines)
  • April 6: La Laiterie (Strasbourg)
  • April 9: Espace Le Conquérant (Saint-James)

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