“Silky” is the second single to be taken from this summer’s critically acclaimed Electric Rescue album - “Sonic Architecture” (BEDER01CD). As one of the album’s superb highlight tracks, “Silky” is a perfect example of how Electric Rescue embodies French electronic music’s avant-garde sensibility, combining it with a melodic techno worldview that crosses all borders. This release also features an exciting, brand-new, not on the album, harder-edged techno production - “Non-Exchangeable” - that has also been remixed into a magnificent creative opus by Italian “enfant prodige” Dusty Kid (aka Paolo Alberto Lodde).
Electric Rescue (aka Antoine Husson) is one France’s leading electronic music producer/DJ talents. His Bedrock album - “Sonic Architecture” - is a 12 track collection that showcases his ability moving deftly between the kind of taut, melodic techno; heads-down, harder-edged dancefloor rhythms; and experimental electronica he’s brought to prominence on Gallic soil. A confident, flowing artist album, it’s the type of release that can only stem from years of experience and near constant immersion within electronic music culture. First discovered by Laurent Garnier, the roll-call of labels Electric Rescue has released music on reads like a who’s who of leading and legendary imprints, from Bedrock to Soma, F Communications to Harthouse, Sci + Tec, Cocoon, Traum, Boyznoize Records and beyond.
As a DJ, his residency at the legendary Rex Club in Paris cemented his reputation on home turf, later gaining notoriety by organizing Paris’ infamous “Play” parties. Further afield, he’s played every major club worth referencing, including Berghain, Panorama Bar, Club Tresor, Air Club, Moog (Barcelona), The Edge, Picnik, Herr Zimmerman, Decadence, East Village Club and many more.