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So, Happy In Paris? by Michael Canitrot

So Happy In Paris on April 16, 2010 18:07

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Michael is sought after to create and direct custom sound designs for luxury brands such as Dior, Cartier, Versace, D&G, Prada, and the Crazy Horse cabaret, allowing him the opportunity to further his music in the most demanding of contexts. It was a great honour for him when the International Cannes Film Festival asked to him to create his own soundtracks for their Red Carpets and official parties.

Obsessive and meticulous, Michael's perfectionist nature complements his musical creativity. His style is an eclectic, rhythmic and melodic blend of House, Deep, Afros, Latinos, Classics, Disco. Michael grew up listening to Soul, Funk, Disco and Rock, but his sound is also a product of his many travels and experiences.

Michael’s culture and artistic open-mindedness enables him to create timeless and universal music.

Here Michael presents his first So Happy In Paris compilation under the guidance of Defected Records. 2 CDs of sophisticated beats and treats, 'exporting' the high glamour sounds of Paris’s most luxurious clubbing hot spot.

CD1 hints on new electronic and downtempo with the inclusions of the brilliant Mujava 'Township Funk', the unique Aeroplane, Sebastian Tellier, Simian Mobile Disco and Ame.

CD2 is a reflection of peak time at 'So Happy In Paris' – Pryda, Julien Jabre, Rasmus Faber and of course the massive 'Hey Hey' by Dennis Ferrer.

Release/catalogue number: SOHIP01D
Release date: Apr 19, 2010

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