Abstraxion

Abstraxion

Label
Biologic Records
Pays
France
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À la lisière de l’electronica et de la techno, le monde d’Abstraxion est mélancolique et rêveur, tout en clair- obscurs et textures organiques. Basé à Marseille, Harold Boué alias Abstraxion crée en 2005 le label Biologic Records, qu’il co-dirige aujourd’hui avec le producteur belge, DC Salas. Il sort en 2013 son premier album Break Of Lights sur HAKT et le label de Nicolas Jaar, Other People et reçoit le soutien de quelques-uns des pontes de la musique électronique (Erol Alkan, Ivan Smagghe, Caribou, James Holden).

Au printemps 2016, il signe l’EP ‘Resonance’, remixé par Matrixxman, Massimiliano Pagliara et Fort Romeau, fait sa première apparition derrière les platines du Panorama Bar et sort en fin d’année son deuxième album She Thought She Would Last Forever. L’album est une alternance de morceaux taillés pour les clubs et de plages nettement plus méditatives.

Depuis plus de 10 ans maintenant, Abstraxion touche à tout : il produit de la musique, mixe derrière des platines et co-dirige son propre label. Son dernier EP Matin & Nuit en collaboration avec Kasper Bjorke est sorti le 25 avril 2017.

English

Harold Boué aka Abstraxion is a French producer based in Marseille. He released at the end of 2013 his stunning debut LP Break of Lights on HAKT Recordings, and on Nicolas Jaar’s label Other People. He released at the end of 2014 a new EP I Can’t on HAKT and presented his new live a/v.
Abstraxion has already played in the best clubs of Europe as a DJ and with his live audio and video opening also for DARKSIDE (Nicolas Jaar & David Harrington). In November 2014 he launched LAB, a series of bi-monthly Cartes Blanches in Marseille. So far, the LAB parties have invited John Talabot, Levon Vincent, Axel Boman, Chloé, Massimiliano Pagliara, Tama Sumo and Roman Flügel with a special b2b (link below). In January 2016, he released his EP Resonance, with remixes from Matrixxman, Massimiliano Pagliara & Fort Romeau. Always a singular character with an ear for sound, Abstraxion has built a music studio in Marseille with old analogic instruments. He spends his time there making electronic music that is as explorative and organic as possible.

Abstraxion released in 2016 his second LP She Thought She Would Last Forever, mixed by Francis Harris (Scissor & Thread, Adultnapper) and on which he received support from his inspirations/mentors Dan Snaith (Caribou) & John Talabot.

His next EP Matin & Nuit  will be released in April.

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