Hologramme “Aphrodite”
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Hologramme “Aphrodite”

Canadian electronic producer Hologramme released his latest single, ‘Aphrodite’, on the 28th of July via the label he established, Société Holographique de Montréal. The single received extensive premiere support across Mixmag’s regional publications (Mixmag Carribean, Mixmag Netherlands, Mixmag Germany, Mixmag Mexico, Mixmag Centroamerica, and Mixmag South America). The track is taken from his forthcoming album, SOLEDAD opus 32 no.1, which is slated for release on the 29th of September. ‘Aphrodite’ follows two important singles: ‘32’, which was featured on Canadian Beats, and ‘Candide’, which appeared in several noteworthy media outlets, specifically CLASH Magazine, TONSPION, Acid Stag, and House Music With Love and TSUGI Radio. Not to mention previous support from the likes of , When We Dip, Earmilk, URBANIA, 6AM Group and airplay from Radio-Canada, CJSW Radio, Reprezent Radio 107.3FM with Alex West, and Amazing Radio.

Luminous and hyperactive, ‘Aphrodite’ shows the prolific producer’s ability to explore multiple genres. This romantic yet unpredictable track is supported by Drum and Bass rhythms while keeping the cinematic textures and intricate sound design we know Hologramme for, a sound that touches on aspects of Grooverider, DJ Hype, and Wilkinson. Hologramme’s new work demonstrates all the fun and liberty in which he’s swimming this summer.

No one is indifferent to the energy and authenticity of Montreal electronic producer Hologramme. Stage name to the musician and composer Clément Leduc, Hologramme is known around the world for his musical collaborations in cinema in addition to having collaborated with artists such as Lunice, Fakear, Ouri or Geoffroy.

After spending quite some time in festivals and nightclubs, Hologramme continues the unveiling of his upcoming album. With this new project, we fully feel the influences of artists such as Fred Again.., Nicolas Jaar and Jamie xx while feeling all the pleasure and disinhibition in which he evolves delivering this new sound. After passing through South Africa last spring alongside Tycho, Röyksopp and Christian Löffler and Piknic Électronik in Montreal this June, Hologramme is definitely on his way to leaving his mark on Electronic music in 2023.

Hologramme shares: “When I write my music, I never think of a purpose for it. I just let it happen. It’s afterwards that the song finds a purpose by itself, and it’s the crowd that ultimately decides what the song is for. I got the chance to test Aphrodite in various circumstances and I wouldn’t have thought it was this much of a huge banger, but when I played it at Piknic Électronik in Montreal a few weeks ago, the crowd went crazy. The song found its purpose and it’s to make crowds go crazy.”

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