Canadian act Hologramme releases process-guided song ‘32’

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Pushing in a new direction, producer Hologramme has gone back to what matters most in the realm of creativity: creation for the joy of the process. Or at least, that was what he had in mind when he created his new single ‘32’, which was released with his very own record label, Société Holographique de Montréal, on the 7th of June.

Stream / Download: Hologramme – ‘32’

He said:  “With my new work, I’m reconnecting with the very purpose of my project: to play. Being Hologramme, I have the feeling I can do whatever I want, as long as it’s fun. 32 is pure impulsion. It’s me playing some synths in the studio and finding just the right amount of weird, catchy, and uplifting. I got the chance to perform it last summer at different festivals and I never saw my crowd turn up like that. Definitely a banger – would recommend.”

Read our feature on Hologramme’s previous single

‘32’ is all about the rhythm. First, you’ll start off listening to the track with a curiosity for what comes next, wondering how Hologramme will flip the introductory bass motif. Then come the drums, and like a turning dervish, they twist and turn in a dizzying display, hypnotising as they continue to unravel, unrelenting and unperturbed.

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