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Hologram Teen edita su último sencillo: Marsangst/Hex These Rules (Happy Robots Records, 2015)

El que fuera teclista de Stereolab Morgane Lhote acaba de editar su último sencillo, bajo el alias de Hologram Teen, este Marsangst / Hex these rules. En él abraza de igual forma el Electro y el Pop, pero con una clara vocación pistera.

“electronic, motorik disco”

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3 julio, 2016 Posted by | Hologram Teen | Deja un comentario

Hologram Teen: Post-Apocalypteacakes / Tracksuit Minotaur (Single, 2015)

“Hologram Teen has announced that she will be releasing a 2-track single on 7” vinyl in early November via London’s Deep Distance label. This is the solo electronic music project of Morgane Lhote, whose music can be described as ‘motorik disco’. This project was born in 2012 after a lengthy and colourful career in numerous other bands, including seminal band Stereolab.
Originally from Paris, Morgane Lhote moved to London when she was 20 and spent 12 years there. Then she moved to NYC and, nine years later, moved to Los Angeles. She played keyboards in Stereolab from 1995 to 2001, then in The Projects from 2002 to 2004. From 2005, she played in Garden and with members of Simian Mobile Disco / Simian, until finally starting this current project Hologram Teen. She was with Stereolab for their legendary albums ‘Dots and Loops’ and “Emperor Tomato Ketchup’, among other releases.
‘Post-apocalypteacakes’ mixes horror-film synths, bouncy dancehall effects, and disco beats into a killer electronic instrumental. Featuring Buddy Cop, this sounds like something out of a prog rock – disco – horror movie soundtrack. “It’s like Fabio Frizzi meets Grandmaster Flash,” says Morgane.
Her new material does not directly resemble her former band Stereolab, but does have the stop/start choppyness / jazzyness of mid to late Stereolab, which is what makes this music distinct from straight Electronica. There is clearly a lot of 70s influence, as well as 90s house, but seems to have completely bypassed the 80s.
“My music is pretty eclectic (always electronic though). I wanna make electronic dance music that’s playful and groovy (mostly influenced by disco and Italian horror soundtracks) with loads of diverse and imaginative samples,” explains Morgane Lhote. “This is a soundtrack to a movie where John Carpenter and Boris Karloff hang out at Studio 54 with German zombies dancing to Thriller in the background”.Her influences and tastes are super eclectic, citing MF DOOM, Francois De Roubaix, GZA, Judee Sill, ABBA, John Carpenter, Goblin, Gene Clark, ELO, Harpers Bizarre, King Tubby, Michel Legrand, Hot Chip, Supertramp, Luke Vibert, Martha and the Muffins, Soft Machine, Suzanne Ciani, Greg Kurstin and Chic” (Press)

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4 noviembre, 2015 Posted by | Hologram Teen | Deja un comentario

   

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