MONTRÉAL’S EMERGING ELECTRONICA PRODUCER COLLABORATES WITH
PRESTIGIOUS DESIGN HOUSE
HOLOGRAMME & BIALLAT STUDIO
UNVEIL VISUAL ACCOMPANIMENT TO
VIDEO AVAILABLE NOW
Montréal’s rising electronica producer Hologramme has just released a striking visual accompaniment to his summer single “Préface (Printemps)”. The bright, buoyant melodic production is complimented by a masterfully curated, multi-layered modern collage in-motion.
Blending cosmic adventures, fleeting memories, romance and anticipation, Baillat Studio’s visual interpretation of “Préface (Printemps)” is a melancholia-tinged sci-fi odyssey. The companion notably features photographs by Alexis Bellhumeur-Coupal, NASA archival images, sci-fi imagery and graphics by Patrick Trudeau, oceanic footage by Guillaume Beaudoin, and much more.
Hologramme – Préface (Printemps)
[Société Holographique de Montréal]
After the June audible releases’ standout success amongst Hologramme’s ever expanding catalogue, the entrancing optic rendition’s presentation has been awaited with high anticipation. Baillat’s interpretation of “Préface (Printemps)” marks the second cinematic collaboration between the studio and the emerging producer, following the video for 2020’s first single “Alaska” earlier this Spring.
Complimenting his aptitude to cohesively combine elements that transcend the constructs of defined genres, “Préface (Printemps)” in-motion further affirms that Hologramme’s sonic profile has the proven capacity to smoothly translate across mediums that stimulate both the auditory and optical senses.
Drawing inspiration from deep house, downtempo, break-beat and ambient inspired soundscapes, Hologramme exudes the epitome of raw, yet refined, talent. In continued collaboration with an equally formidable design house, fans of both Hologramme and Baillat Studio alike can expect to see many innovative creations in the time ahead.
Still in store later this year Clément is reimagining his debut album, taking time to thoughtfully curate an EP showcasing standout remixes from 2019’s Felicity. The forthcoming compilation is set to feature interpretations from staple artists in electronic music such as French producer Fakear, Montréal’s Lunice and more to be revealed.
Hologramme is the work of Montréal based producer and performer Clément Leduc (Geoffroy/La Bronze). After a first self-produced record acclaimed by critics in 2015 – nominated one of the best albums of the year by CBC Canada and best electronic record of the year at GAMIQ – Clément is returning from an inspirational excursion to electronic music’s creative capitol, Berlin. While abroad Clément committed himself to the studio and reinvented himself, emerging as Hologramme with the project’s debut album Felicity [LP] (2019) in hand. Hologramme gives us a contrasting universe in which sensuality, desire and darkness mix, embarking on a journey mixing world influences to edgy synths and refreshing beats. With strong influences from South American and African music, Clément uses electronic music to build a nocturnal, dreamlike and captivating frame.
Baillat is a multiplatform production and design studio based in Montréal that distinguishes itself with an audacious and refined approach. The studio is forever striving to reach new heights at the forefront of design. Closely aligned with the cultural milieus of music and digital art, the studio excels within experimental and conventional paradigms. Their creative sensibility is driven by an emphasis on play, where every detail is carefully considered. Baillat collaborates with a global team of highly specialized individuals that help bring our visions to life. Multidisciplinary, their work is carried out in all formats – print, digital, motion and artistic installation – and has been involved on major projects such as Red Bull Music Academy, Red Bull Music Festival, Messi10 (A Cirque du Soleil show), Mutek Mexico and more.