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Deborah Aime La Bagarre proves that he remains one of the artists to follow with the release of his new and first album, Superfluous. On the program: 8 ultra groovy tracks in search of exploring all the sub-genres of house music.
For a few years, Deborah Aime La Bagarre has become one of the princes of the new French house generation. Passionate about the sounds of Chicago and Detroit (where he did a stint in 2015) and the history of club music, the Parisian producer and DJ has quickly shaped a unique style for himself, thanks to an organic and authentic music that federates.
Known for tracks exceeding millions of views like ‘Acid Piano Track’ and ‘Average Party Tool’, he released in 2022 his first two vinyl EPs on the famous English labels Shall Not Fade and Dansu Discs including remixes of internationally recognized artists.
Far from confining himself to the house spectrum, Deborah Aime La Bagarre explores many of its sub-genres to offer an eclectic and groovy opus made for the club. In turn, the eight tracks of the album bring together vintage synth chords, robust 90’s bass, jazzy piano riffs and acid lines, in a combination where the sample fades away to make room for the instruments.
The producer also shares two tracks with French stars and friends Paul Cut and Herr Krank on the titles ‘Esprit Coubertin’ and ‘Années Folles’.
The Superfluous EP is available on all digital platforms and on vinyl.