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French Waves to Premiere in New York

French Waves, first international transmedia experience devoted to French electronic music, will be launched in the fall of 2016, to appear in New York for two electro evenings in March.
On March 3 and 4, 2016, in New York, the French Waves transmedia project premiered in New York, with a master class and two evenings devoted to French electronic music.
 
DJ’s Pedro Winter, Superpoze, Boston Bun and Jacques, emblematic artists of the French scene and the different generations they embody, shared their views, experiences and anecdotes to give their truest vision of what electronic music was and is today for a brand new encounter at the French Institute Alliance Française. They also expressed how they created before Internet came into being, and how technological innovations changed their way of working, collaborating and sharing with their audience. Finally, they combined expression, musical performance and the distribution of archives and video content to make this sharing moment, beyond storytelling, a true hands-on experience. This performance was followed by two exceptional evenings with Busy P., Boston Bun, Superpoze and Jacques.
 
 

French Waves Project

For a truly international transmedia experience, French Waves will relate, in an immersive fashion, the history of French electronic music, since the 90’s, through great moments of great international success of this musical style. It will also relate the societal and generational phenomena, the history of moving from generations X, Y and Z, between those who were 20 in the 90’s and the Digital Natives.
 
Imagined by Guillaume de la Boulaye (ZORBA) and filmmaker Julian Starke, French Waves will be presented in the form of a web series of 10 episodes consisting of ten pieces that have left their mark on the history of electronic music, a documentary and concert-events throughout the world in order to reach an intergenerational audience.
 
The project will be officially launched in the fall of 2016, to be developed progressively up until 2017.
 
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