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Cocktail Citron


Gatefold double LP version. Imagine DyE aka Juan de Guillebon as an advanced receptor transmitter of melodies and sounds for the young generation. When music -- from the '70s to 2015, from Bruce Springsteen to Daphni -- travels through him, it's processed by filters, hardware living machines and magical organs, to become new music. Music that seems to describe a trance towards the stars and the future, where the future is to awake vocations and dreams -- straight from his home-studio. DyE's music belongs to epic quests. You're Link, the little knight in Zelda, smashing archetypal sounds in Detroit, Robocop listening to sounds in the jungle, Albator meeting dolphins in a subaquatic Paris. On his debut album Taki 183 (TSR 023CD), you experienced the transition from childhood to adulthood. With Cocktail Citron, you'll find multiple loves -- may it be in a pill or with a French girl as the title-track sums it up perfectly well. Like a resonance of his work as a remixer or as a bass player with Joakim, Bot'Ox, Aladdin, Rachid Taha and many more, this record is also about free encounters. Even though DyE is a solo project, he made it a point to invite people from other dimensions to expand the spectrum of words and sound (Egyptian Lover, Angie David, Guillaume Teyssier). It's also DyE's most danceable record so far, probably a consequence of his young DJ career, playing along the with the Tigersushi crew or opening for the likes of Erol Alkan or Four Tet. DyE's music has proven to be universal, with his "Fantasy" track on YouTube garnering more than 45 million views. To become a magician with music is a fair choice and a funny odyssey. Cocktail Citron is DyE's new magic formula, on a Tigersushi plate. It will move you from the inside, as it brings the eternal return of the little boy or little girl you are.