UP ALL NIGHT (INCL GERD JANSON DUB)
12" Vinyl D
Ltd to 300 copies Original with remixes from the talented Eagles & Butterflies and Gerd Janson
In a few weeks, « Up All Night » has been one of the major Deep House track in clubs during last fall. From Pete Tong to Solomun, not talking about Ame, Tennis, Maceo Plex or Simon Phonica, Who Made Who, the new track from Agoria is getting massive : from its digital release, it has reached a million streams on plateforms.
Finally available on a limited edition 300u vinyl please meet a future classic tune with remixes from the talented Eagles & Butterflies and Gerd Janson.
This is the first release on the new Agoria’s own label Sapiens.
Sapiens takes an open-minded artistic approach: from musicians to visual artists, film directors to shamans, sound designers and guest conference speakers.
Releases could be as diverse as political speeches, radio hits, dancefloor tunes, sensorial or cognitive music or a gentle computer virus. Sapiens is about pushing boundaries beyond the standard expectations of a label. Sapiens is a collective of diverse creatives.
Sapiens is a new label created by Agoria.
Sébastien Devaud aka Agoria started to produce his own music in 1999 and had first hit as early as 2001 with “La Onzième March". Then in 2003 he released his first album, Blossom.
Three years later, for "The Green Armchair", Agoria summons the voices of Peter Murphy and Neneh Cherry. He then found acclaim with “Les Violons en Ivres” & in parallel participated in the creation of both Nuits Sonores Festival in Lyon & the record label Infiné.
In 2008, he scored the movie "Go Fast” produced by Luc Besson. Agoria returns in 2011 with his third highly acclaimed album, Impermanence. This dark and eclectic album also features Carl Craig, Seth Troxler and Scalde. Another two years later, Scala released on Innervisions & became one of 2013’s biggest hits. He then followed the success of Scala with remixes for synth-pop giants New Order, as well as Metronomy.
Today Agoria has expanded his creative boundaries to score cinéma for Jan Kounen, among sound design collaborations with Nicolas Becker (Gravity 127 hours, Batman Begins) for Philippe Parreno’s contemporary art exhibit at the Tate Modern in London.
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