Patchworks Galactic Project - Space LP
Bruno “Patchworks” Hovart is definitely a name to remember if you’re interested in today’s groove music scene. After playing as a bassist and guitarist for various bands, he started producing in the mid-nineties and has kept on mixing today’s technologies with the raw spirits of Disco, Funk, Soul & Jazz music’s golden years since then.
Following the trail of success left by his projects such as Mr President, Uptown Funk Empire, The Dynamics or Metropolitan Jazz Affair, Patchworks proved his musical ubiquity album after album and unexpectedly stroke in various genres.
From David Bowie's “Space Oddity”, to Jean Pierre Massiera's works at Studio Antibes, through Air’s discography, Patrick Adams’ “Cloud One”, or “La Planete Sauvage” by Alain Goraguer, this album follows a long time tradition of cosmic cinematic music!
From the first note to the last, “Space” remains loyal to all these influences, while also featuring Electro, House, Disco, Pop and Fusion influences that has established the Patchworks’ touch - a classic sound with a contemporary approach to music.
|A2||Cruising Through Space|
|A3||Approaching The Black Whole|
|A4||Time And Space|
|A5||Surrounded By The Gobblins|
|A6||Behind The Moon|
|B1||Gobblins Are Gone|
|B2||Clouds From Above|
|B3||The Juno Crusade|
|B5||Dancing Among The Stars|