My Industrial Steel Lung | 2014 | Ambient for Industrial Music Lovers
From a bunch of guitar loops and samples, I sketched out the basic moods and noises for the entire project, an integration of sounds as objects to design our modern urban environment. Those sounds, mashed up through various synth modules and used to modulate different parameters, soon became the core of each musical track.
Then, I processed those compositions to create an organic and evolving cinematic movement.
The result recreates, in sound, the feeling of walking through a city and its various locations to re-connect with people and their daily activities, with a context of virtual human interaction.
Ubac | 2006 | Rock francophone
This album’s a collaboration with Patrick Bizier, a talented french-canadian songwriter. If you’re into the 70’s Rock British invasion and also want to hear some modern alternative funk grooves and riffs. It is definitely a must have! Fills with food for thoughts lyrics, clear analyzes and observations of our 21st century, catchy melodies and, above all, guitars all over the place. A rock sound mixes with my particular textured-guitar approach give a unique and personal character to this musical genre.
I’m known to write instrumental tracks for theater and art gallery, It was my first and long-awaiting singer-oriented project. Release in 2006 and it was well-received either by the fans and the critics. It’s soon became a reference in the « schizo-guitar territory » as written by a journalist.
Ubac’s french word which means « the shadowy side of a mountain » and that music describes the loneliness and solitude of, sometimes , each person could’ve live in its life. But also the desire to have something brighter and joyful. So, take a deep journey into some really hot guitars and grooves!
By the way, there’s no synths here. Wall-to-wall guitars! Yes!!!!