2020-06-19T11:45:05-04:00 2020-06-19T11:08:58-04:00

Montréal's emerging electronica maestro Hologramme releases "Préface (Printemps)"

Montréal's rising producer Hologramme has unveiled the latest addition to his growing catalogue of distinguished electronica. Following his successful single "Alaska" earlier this Spring, the latest dynamic delivery "Préface (Printemps)” has arrived today on all streaming platforms via Hologramme’s own imprint, Société Holographique de Montréal - listen to it here. 

"Préface (Printemps)” is a bright, buoyant melodic production - eclectic in nature with driving, deep house at its’ core. Comprised of elements that transcend the constructs of defined genres, Hologramme has demonstrated the ability to smoothly glide across deep house, downtempo, break-beat and ambient inspired soundscapes with finesse, exuding the epitome of raw, yet refined, talent.

Hologramme is Canadian producer and composer Clément Leduc’s musical brainchild. After making a name for himself producing music for other artists, Clément embarked on an inspirational excursion to electronic music’s creative capitol, Berlin.  While abroad Clément committed himself to the studio, emerging as Hologramme with his debut album Felicity in hand.  Still in store later this summer Clément is set to release his debut album, reimagined. The forthcoming remix compilation is set to feature interpretations from standout artists in electronic music such as French producer Fakear, Montréal's Lunice and more to be revealed.

Stay up to date with all of Hologramme's social channels for news on upcoming installments in the ever-expanding project. 

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[…] 2020 saw Hologramme release two eclectic singles “Alaska”, "Préface (Printemps)" and his Geist Im Gast remix EP of his 2019 album Felicity, which featured official remixes from top names in French and Canadian electronic music including Lunice and Fakear.   With a full 6-track EP in store this Spring and the addition of new artists to the label, 2021 is set to be a strong year for the Montréal based producer. […]