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Celebrating 40 years of electronic music exploration this year saw the re-release of three seminal works by Bernard Fevre (aka Black Devil), 'Suspense' (1975), 'Cosmos 2043' (1977) and the storied 'Disco Club' (1978). Completing this anniversary year Fevre now returns with three EPs featuring new remixes of his 1978 underground cosmic disco hit 'H Friend' from the likes of Andrew Weatherall, GoldFFinch, Turzi and many more.
The first EP (released 13 November) is aimed directly at the dancefloor with remixes from Berlin based duo Africaine 808, French Psychedelic Space Rocker Turzi), Sao Pauloâ€™s DJ Tide, and last but not least world famous British Acid House DJ & producer Andrew Weatherall, who contributes the first of two remixes.
The second EP (released 27 November) makes more use of the re-recorded vocals by British singer Jo Apps and features remixes from Adelaide based Luke Million, Belgian Techno duo GoldFFinch, Anglo-French rising stars Loframes and the second of Andrew Weatherallâ€™s remixes.
The final EP (released 11 December) is especially dedicated to Japan. 45 years after touring the country with his first band Francs GarÃ§ons, Bernard returned to Japan in 2015 for his first solo tour of Japan and was amazed by the music a new generation of artists were creating. Featuring remixes from Carpainter, Oorutaichi, Free Disco Permanent Midnight and Sparrows (the solo project of CRYSTALâ€™s Ryota Miyake), itâ€™s a wildly eclectic set of remixes that perfectly finishes off this set.
A pioneering member of Franceâ€™s electronic music scene in the 1970s, Fevreâ€™s career entered a new phase in the early â€˜00s when his â€˜Disco Clubâ€™ album was rediscovered and reissued by Richard D. James (Aphex Twin) on his Rephlex label. Since then Fevre has gone on to be sampled by the likes of the Chemical Brothers and released several new albums on Lo Recordings collaborating with artists such as Jon Spencer, Afrika Bambaataa, Nancy Sinatra, Faris Badwan (The Horrors), Mondkopf and Daniel Avery.
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