One third of the Items & Things label tells techno.ro about the circumstances surrounding the release of his forthcoming album, Undercover, and how he plans to debut a synth pop project named Raid Over Moscow with Tiga's Turbo imprint. [Scroll for English version.]
Run Stop Restore, 2VM, Raid Over Moscow
Marc Houle has been wowing techno-lovers for over a decade by creating seminal records that not only helped define the minimal sound of the mid-'00s but went on to transcend it with releases on labels like Minus and Items & Things.
Armed with hundreds of unheard tracks, this prolific producer creates a live performance that is constantly evolving night after night, in city after city, at clubs and festivals worldwide.
And there seems to be no slowing down for Houle. This next year sees a slew of releases planned, starting with a collaboration EP with one of techno's biggest stars, Miss Kittin. It will be followed by another full-length on Items & Things in September, and undoubtedly more tracks on multiple labels as the year goes on.