The project is characterized by the association of numerous instruments (sampler, synthetiser, bass, guitar, violin) including singing all performed by Edmond Eisenberg, with the finest electronic sounds selected by TVK and his ability to play wind instruments. This alchemy is stressed by the contrast between a more classical approach and electronic music brought by the talent of the two artists.
TVK began music at the age of 7 playing the piano and studying general theory. Nowadays, he places himself as a talented, rising DJ. He began his career on the French Riviera and despite his young age, he has already played in different countries and venues.
Edmond Eisenberg is a rising musician and artist. He began piano at the age of 4, followed by the violin at 6. He then proceeded to learn bass, percussions, guitar, and singing. His musical horizon going from classical to electronic music can be felt through this project. He has won numerous and world-convoited contests within the music industry.
TVK and Edmond Eisenberg's songs are supported by famous DJs such as John Dahlback, Axwell, Bob Sinclar, Alex Gaudino, DJ DLG, Jerry Ropero, Arias, Sacha Muki, Jean Elan, Tristan Casara, Fab De Petrini, Solly Smith, Lorenzo di Grasso and many others.
They are currently on a pre-contract with Mutant Records.
Since its creation, Sound of Monte-Carlo has had a tremendous and mounting success: both artists have performed at prestigious venues such as: Karé'ment), Sea Lounge, (Monaco), Vendôme (London), Kensington Roof Gardens (London) High Club (Nice), Papagayo (St. Tropez), ByPass (Geneva), Sound Factory (Lyon), L'Arc (Paris), Sky Bar (London), MICS 2010 (Monaco) but also in Milan, Cannes, Armenia, Hermitage, Alpes d'Huez, Rascasse, Perpignan, Grenoble... and many more.
TVK and Edmond Eisenberg have also performed during the 2010 Monte-Carlo Grand Prix, besides Bob Sinclar and Sub Zero but have also performed for fashion shows and after-parties for D&G, ICE WATCH,...
Sound of Monte-Carlo is currently working on a future album.