Data - One In A Million

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Pop power with a funk feel, a disco tempo and catchy synths, the new and fourth EP from Data is “lovin’ it large”. David Guillon (to use his real name) has drawn his inspiration for this album from Seventies groove fused with enchanting pop refrains, which he’s brought bang up to date with a powerful digital production.

After the “Rapture EP”, this EP once again features the head tones of Canadian Sébastien Grainger, former singer and drummer with Death From Above 1979, closely resembling his debut album, which is set for release next May. On Skywriter, the French artist decided to reveal his true pop credentials, along similar lines to British singer-songwriter Calvin Harris, by creating a crossover of MTV glamour and disco-funk culture, to which the young producer has added a sweeping, melodic orchestration, recalling the heady sounds of Vangelis and Moroder. One In A Million (Ekler'o'shock / Naïve) Réalisation: Arthur King. 


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2009  00s  Data  Pop

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