French techno maverick and electronic music producer Vitalic first fell into the European rave scene in 2001 when he dropped his now celebrated debut, Poney EP. That instant success pushed the artist’s minimalist-derived version of electrified talent into alignment with major artists like Daft Punk and Aphex Twin. This, being a long venture from his underground beginnings in 1996, has further refined Vitalic’s music career into several albums, close to a dozen singles and remixes to tracks by neighboring EDM scenesters (Daft Punk, Moby and various others).
Rave Age, Vitalic’s latest album, which was anxiously anticipated by the electronic music community throughout the past several months, officially dropped this month via [PIAS] America and was mixed by legendary production wizard Stephane Alf Briat. As described by the musician and his publicity team, Rave Age proves to be “a savage and carefree statement from a dance floor visionary … A firecracker of an album that showcases not just a passion for big room, electro smashers and electronica, but a broad set of influences that stretch from punk and film soundtracks to disco and indie dance.”
2. Lucky Star
3. The March of Skabah
4. Under Your Sun (feat. Owlle)
5. Rave Kids Go (feat. Mickael Karkousse)
6. Next I’m Ready (feat. Joe Reeves)
8. Fade Away (feat. Joe Reeves)