Wed, 10 Apr 2013 / Post a commentGet The Curse members Clement Meyer, Low Jack and Tomas More launch a monthly radioshow serie. "Oddfrequencies" will explore the underground side of music building bridges between past and present. Expect post punk, synth and contemporary techno.
Thu, 02 Feb 2012 / Post a commentParisian members from Get The Curse collective Clement Meyer & Tomas More did recently a podcast for Oki-ni.com, described has a "trip into the moody depths of dance music". More ›
Tue, 29 Nov 2011 / 1 CommentThe Get The Curse resident steps up for Drone's fifth podcast, proffering just over an hour of wonky house with disco flourishes.
Sun, 12 Sep 2010 / Post a commentClement gives us a 60 minute taste of the French underground nightlife with this flawless of mix “dark house and decadent electro” tinged techno and minimal for the 106th installment of DNODE. He has also been kind enough to provide a track listing and selected track break down for all trainspotters out there. Turn on tune in and drop out. More ›
|Clement is a rare breed - one that is young and yet has nothing much to prove any more. Armed with a distinctive vision of the dancefloor that goes against the grain of tired electronic dance music trends, the DJ, producer and Get The Curse Music bossman has shaped a dark and timeless sound which has certainly not gone unnoticed by top industry players, the press and last but not least, clubbers around the globe. |
Performance-wise, Clément plays for demanding dancefloors accross the world, with memorable gigs at Panorama Bar (Berlin), Fabric (London), Robert Johnson (Frankfurt), Arma 17 (Moscow), Mondo (Madrid) and Fuse (Bruxelles). No wonder he became a resident of Paris' legendary Rex Club in 2011.
Brilliantly spear-heading the French scene's renewal, there’s no wonder he was na..
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The Parisian DJ collects tracks from Daniel Avery, Rework and The Hacker among others on her label's first compilation.