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dStream

A Parisian label founded in 2016 by Steve Argüelles, Nicolas Becker & Benoît Delbecq.

The CDs are distributed by l'Autre Distribution, audio files in HD format and direct sales are avaiable from Bandcamp as well as most of the regular streaming platforms.

 

 

dStream #106

4 HANDS 1 BREATH (2021)

Steve Argüelles, Pierre Bastien, Benoît Delbecq

Produced by Bureau de Son.

Four hands of polyrhythms playing prepared piano over which hovers the trumpet also `prepared’. Silky and bewitched inventions like musical postcards from unexplored lands.

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dStream #105

SARAH MURCIA Eyeballing (2020)

Sarah Murcia, Olivier Py, François Thuillier, Benoît Delbecq

Music by Sarah Murcia. Produced by Steve Argüelles.

Insolence and salutary pertinence, her heart rooted in fertile, dancing and wayward beats.

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dStream #103

THE RECYCLERS Davout (2018)

Steve Argüelles, Benoît Delbecq, Christophe "Disco" Minck

Music by Steve Argüelles. Produced by Steve Argüelles.

The eclectic influences of this genre-defying music might have seeped through the studio walls as well as being ingrained in The Recyclers’ consciousness.

 

dStream #102

PLUG AND PRAY Evergreens (2017)

Benoît Delbecq, Jozef Dumoulin

Music by the players, produced by the players.

Two inspired composers touring the planet, invent a vivid music made of hallucinatory beats, an intensely creative music that has no name yet.

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dStream #101

MANASONICS Foley (2017)

Steve Argüelles, Nicolas Becker, Benoît Delbecq

Music by the players. Produced by Steve Argüelles.

Music that mixes the purity of instrumental sound, the electronic distortions and multi- layered complexity of digitally generated sound, and the analogue manipulation of 'real world' sounds, to conjure a simultaneously abstract and referential musical ambience. 

 

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dStream #104

LUCY DIXON Lulu's Back In Town (2016)

Produced by Steve Argüelles

She sings like we breathe, she dances like we dream. 

 

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