A label that is synonymous with a sound far from the simple footprint of musical "genres", borders and "scenes". This is the perfect description of InFiné music label, created in 2006 by Alexandre Cazac (artistic director) and Yannick Matray after a Francesco Tristano concert in Paris. They were later joined by Julien Gagnebien who attends to the international development of the label.
Having endorsed the motto of designer Raymond Loewy "Most Advanced Yet Acceptable", the label's approach is multidisciplinary and crossover. InFiné intends "to promote meetings between styles and generations, but also between disciplines." It uses electronic music as a vector for the discovery of uncharted musical territories, to blend heritage with avant-garde. On the one hand, a generation of young electronic producers (Danton Eeprom, Rone, Clara Moto, Cubenx, Arandel ...), on the other, musicians from jazz, world music, classical or contemporary (Francesco Tristano, Bachar Mar-Khalifé, Aufgang, Pedro Soler, Bruce Brubacker).