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Patiently Awaiting The Meteorite - 'Electrified'

Patiently Awaiting The Meteorite – ‘Electrified’ (Unda In Choc): Electro dance-funk juiced to perfection by an already successful composer/production trio helmed by Montreal's Gran

Patiently Awaiting The Meteorite - 'Electrified'

By David Farrell

Patiently Awaiting The Meteorite – ‘Electrified’ (Unda In Choc): Electro dance-funk juiced to perfection by an already successful composer/production trio helmed by Montreal's Grand Brothers (Dominique and Sylvain Grand) and Martin ‘Dee’ Granger. The team may not be household names (yet), but their work has them credited on a reel of TV, film, globally branded commercials and top-selling LPs by Bran Van 3000, Kevin Parent and Cirque Du Soleil.


Now, with FACTOR funding, they have set their sights on the Ibiza and Miami twister sets with a debut single included on the debut Canyon Diablo album that has its release May 18.

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PATM's musical motif can be heard in antecedents such as Soft Cell and Crystal Castles, the accompanying video credits read like a movie-reel, and their production is bijou ne plus ultras.

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Phone: 514.992.4590

 

 

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