My light sax-based house track “City of Lights” has been released on Captum Records.
Suffused Music is a very established label, so I’m really proud to have my new track “Waterfall” released with them!
Here’s what they wrote:
“A regular on Flemcy Music with a host of remix and original production material, a remix of “The Dark Side” by techno icon, Robert Babicz is a notable highlight for French artist, JP Lantieri. A century of further credits can be found against the award-winning producer’s name with his music signed to the likes of Nothing But, Technosforza and Egothermia.
Another Suffused Music debutant, “Waterfall” is redolent in chunky groove and pulsating bassline that provides the framework for a collage of melodic motifs to sit atop in shimmering and gated fashion. Pausing for dramatic effect at the breakdown, Lantieri’s track builds in intensity to explode in the final movement with a full complement of rhythm, bass and melody.”
While composing ‘Faster’, I wanted to explore a more mainstream part of my musicality by creating an easy-going yet energetic track with smooth and hypnotic vocals, driving bass and powerful synths, in which the listener would imagine sitting with friends, in a car, driving fast during an endless summer night.
I already got unexpected (and great) support from Abel Ramos, Alex Kenji, Armin Van Buuren, Blake Jarrell, Bobina, Cazzette, Dancing Astronaut, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ Mag, DJ Times USA Magazine, Erick Morillo, Flash Brothers, Global Dance Session, Graham Gold, Jon Pierce, Markus Schulz, Martin Garrix, Martin Solveig, MixMag, Myon & Shane 54, Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van Dyk, Sam Divine…
Grab it here (it’s FREE, however you may be asked to follow me on spotify if you are not already following me):
I’ve compiled ten tracks from ten talented producers all around the world, in the specific “progressive house” genre, and released this as an album on my label Flemcy Music. It’s called “A Progressive Affair”, and I’m very proud to see how it charted: up to #9 in the Beatport’s progressive house top 100 releases!
I had one and a half tracks of mine in this compilation. One track is “Green Bull“. The half one? a collaboration titled “Endless Smile” with young and talented Alec Soren whom I met last year in Ibiza during the Parasol tour.
The whole beautiful “A Progressive Album” is there:
Robert Babicz is highly respected in the progressive world, so it’s more than a honour for me that he accepted to create a remix of my track “The Dark Side”, and the result is simply beautiful.
Robert Babicz beautiful remix came together with my Original Mix and with Ornery’s darker remix, and it’s in there.
That’s a lovely and fun boutique festival near London, and I’ve been invited to play with the gorgeous Peachy Walker (gorgeous but don’t mess around with her, she can easily destroy the dancefloor!). I played a pretty banging set…
Thanks U R Underground, it was nice chatting with you:
I talk about:
– my label FlemcyMusic (of course!),
– my new release “The Dark Side” and the great remixes I got from none less than Robert Babicz (shhh, this one is for next month release!), Paul Hazendonk, and my friend Ornery,
– Corsica, isle of beauty and of my family,
– Eric Prydz,
– some labels I’d love to release on like Diynamic, Perspectives Digital, Tronic, Stil vor Talent, Sudbeat…
– some tips for new music producers,
and a few other things…