Event Name: Mute with Seuil [Freak N Chic/ Moon Harbour]
Venue: Cable, London
Date: 23rd August 2009
Address: 33A Bermondsey Street, London, SE1
Time: 11pm til 4am
Entry: Free before 12. £5 cons/£8 on the Door
Mute residents will be joined by Freak N Chic’s Seuil Live and Minimal Carnivals Louis Guilhem.
Seuil [Moon Harbour/Freak' N Chic]
Louis Guilhem [Minimal Carnival]
Laura Heath [Mute]
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Seuil visited our electronic world last year and said hello with a series of great releases. Many people didn't hesitate to say that was the best newcomer for 2006.
He comes from the Reunion Island, a French department where he was living till the age of 18. Then he packed his stuff and moved to fascinating Paris, where he lives 7years now exploring the electronic sound at the French capital.
A wide range of classical music background like 8years of playing piano, jazz and blues formation, as well a few years of percussions gave him the feedback to work on electronic music composition.
He always tries to find a personal groove when it comes to his music. His interest in minimal house techno started with the discovery of the Perlon's crew. With influences like Pantytec, Melchior, Cabanne, Ricardo Villalobos and Matthew Dear, Daze Maxim show us two different sides in Seuil's music : dark rolling minimal along with modern minimal shaking house, but always with the same groovy spirit, heavy bass lines and obscure sounds collage, and to note that he is always inspired by his Argentinean friends that he collaborates quite often to give more noises for the dance floor. For just one year, he has been producing tracks to incorporate his own style to perform live.
In 2007, he is moving one step ahead to launch own label contributing at the scene in one more way and hosting on wax artists like Lauhaus, Jorge Savoretti, Heartthrob, Cabanne, Miss Fitz, Ryan Crosson, Lee Curtiss as well as his own creations. He has being djing for 4-5years now, but the live act that he has been performing for a year now is a must see.