Recently released on Trick Music, the album « Nothing to do for the next three hours » presents the collaboration between roastbeef Ady Connor (Scorb) and froggy Arnaud Levasseur (Concept, Noon). Together, they deliver nine heavy slabs of pounding electronica guaranteed to do the business.
With deft kaleidoscopic touches and unbridled low end power, Prism roll out a broad spectrum of daytime stompers and twilight teasers certain to knock seven shades of shit out of any dancefloor.
2-I am the Liquor
3-Nothing to do for the next three hours
4-The Mustard Tiger
5-The Green Bastard
Mastered by Scorb.
Release date : December 24th,2012
Excellent tunes for dancefloor’s kickers!
They will introduce this album in Paris at the Snake Dance Party organized by Day Glo, one of the best in Paris (France).
Together with Egorythmia, they will perform under the magical and beautiful visuals of Claudio Eye Dpt.. so you better get some rest because the Dayglo’s are intense!!
Scorb doesn’t need introduction and he was one of the head Live act and DJ of the Ambivalent Records label back in 2003.
I remember that his tracks were played by the best DJs of the scene.
I’ll look for some tracks in the CD’s archives of the station.
Concept aka DJ Noon is a french guy (Arnaud Levasseur) who started his journey in 1994 on the island of Bali.
He released tracks on major labels such as 3D Vision, Shiva Space Technology and more…
His 1st album « Experimental » was released in 2005 on Fungi Records and the 2nd opus « Paranormal » on the label of Master Christof Drouillet aka Absolum… 3D VISION!
With Ady Connor aka Scorb, they’re bringing a new dark full-on project to the lights of the scene and I have no doubt that a tour will start in 2013.
You can order their new album if you’re fan of physical CD but you can download it fast on MP3 and FLAC.
And I’ll try to get their Live for the stream!!!
Arnaud, Ady, if you read me Get in! Share your vibes!!!
Visit the label website.