Apollonia, the label created by French house revivalists Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom and Shonky have announced their first album release.
'Lotus Seven', by house heads Chris Carrier & Hector Moralez promises more than just a collection of club cuts but a body of music incorporating hip hop disco and slow jams along with the jacking house cuts they are better known for.
"There is everything on this album" label owner Ghencia opines, "jazz, hip hop, techno, acid, dancefloor tracks to slow interludes. They have managed to achieve all of this, but most importantly in the right balance. As an electronic album it really works because it is something you can easily listen to at home, as well as being loaded with dancefloor weapons."
As an added bonus, each vinyl edition included an A2 storyboard poster and and MP3 download code enabling owners to have both the digital and physical copies. Nice.
Chris Carrier & Hector Moralez 'Lotus Seven' is released on Apollonia on March 5th (Vinyl) and March 19th (Digital)
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