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A hymn to Brittany. For his first full-length album on Astropolis Records, the label born from the thigh of the mythical Brest festival of the same name, Blutch chose to pay tribute to the region that revealed him as an intelligent and sensitive DJ, not the kind to bludgeon for the sake of the principle, but rather to take the side roads. Known for his hybrid house sets, the Morlaix producer offers an intimate and nostalgic first album, on which most tracks refer to places in the region, from Roscoff to Ouessant, via the street of his childhood.


A concept that he puts into music in a sunny way, from the shimmering opening Terre Promise, with a lyrical side brought on by Mirabelle Gilis' violin. Blutch then melts this lyricism into a UK garage beat on Cobalan. Breakbeat is found on River, also surrounded by dreamy synths. Oneiric is the keyword of this album, which alternates between contemplative (Les Bois) and more chaotic (Remparts, with the modular synths of Maxime Dangles, another member of the Astropolis family). We also think of the 'to-be' electropop hit, Rosko, that falls somewhere between Bicep, Rone and Polo & Pan, and when we come back to the right kick, on Floatin, it's to leave in a whirlwind of ethereal keyboards like in a distorted version of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love.' An artist was born in this promised land who fully deserves his Qobuzissime. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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Terre Promise
00:02:42

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Poplar
00:03:39

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Cobalan
00:04:01

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Choices
00:03:45

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

5
Rosko
00:03:27

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Remparts
00:03:47

Maxime Dangles, Composer, MainArtist - Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Eusa
00:01:43

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Les Bois
00:03:00

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Les Sables Blancs
00:05:13

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Floatin
00:04:55

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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River
00:04:58

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

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Phoenix
00:04:25

Blutch, MainArtist - Julien Porhel, Composer

2021 Astropolis Records 2021 Astropolis Records

Album Description

A hymn to Brittany. For his first full-length album on Astropolis Records, the label born from the thigh of the mythical Brest festival of the same name, Blutch chose to pay tribute to the region that revealed him as an intelligent and sensitive DJ, not the kind to bludgeon for the sake of the principle, but rather to take the side roads. Known for his hybrid house sets, the Morlaix producer offers an intimate and nostalgic first album, on which most tracks refer to places in the region, from Roscoff to Ouessant, via the street of his childhood.


A concept that he puts into music in a sunny way, from the shimmering opening Terre Promise, with a lyrical side brought on by Mirabelle Gilis' violin. Blutch then melts this lyricism into a UK garage beat on Cobalan. Breakbeat is found on River, also surrounded by dreamy synths. Oneiric is the keyword of this album, which alternates between contemplative (Les Bois) and more chaotic (Remparts, with the modular synths of Maxime Dangles, another member of the Astropolis family). We also think of the 'to-be' electropop hit, Rosko, that falls somewhere between Bicep, Rone and Polo & Pan, and when we come back to the right kick, on Floatin, it's to leave in a whirlwind of ethereal keyboards like in a distorted version of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love.' An artist was born in this promised land who fully deserves his Qobuzissime. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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