Hologramme unveils an infectious single, ‘RW:AK’

Hologramme, the Canadian producer and arranger, released his latest single ‘RW:AK’ on April 19th, 2024, under his label, Société Holographique de Montréal. With over 5.2 million streams, he’s made a significant impact in music. His performances at prestigious venues like Piknic Electronik and Timeless Festival, alongside artists like Royksopp and Tycho, have cemented his reputation. Notable highlights include headlining the Montreal Jazz Fest in 2022 for an audience of over 3000. Touring with acclaimed artists like Fakear and Mome, Hologramme’s music blends IDM, electronica, and cinematic influences, creating captivating sonic experiences. Known for his immersive live shows, his compositions have featured in films and global campaigns, drawing from influences like Floating Points and Nicolas Jaar. Hologramme is recognized as a pioneering producer, seamlessly fusing orchestral and cinematic elements with electronic production.

Hologramme’s ‘RW:AK’ reimagines his 2020 hit ‘Alaska’ by transforming it into a vibrant lo-fi house track, highlighting his skill in blending diverse musical genres. Beginning with subtle ambient elements, it builds to a euphoric climax, incorporating energetic synths and vocal snippets. Its infectious rhythm makes it perfect for festival settings, seamlessly blending calm vibes with exciting energy.

Hologramme shared: “As I left Montreal for Paris, I realized that I was closer than ever to my idols, and that what separated me from them had never been the distance, but rather the amount of work I put into a track and my ability to let go of my ego in the face of art. I found myself thinking about ‘Alaska’, my single released on April 17, 2020, which touched on themes of vulnerability and authenticity. And as everything comes full circle, I decided to revisit it four years later. It’s a production I finished just a few days ago, and it’s set to be released in three weeks. It’s the closest I’ve ever been to my art and its release. The authenticity between my creation and who I am at the moment it’s released is phenomenal. The industry often pushes us to wait months, even years, before releasing tracks, but I believe that era is over. I want to share the purest version of my art, without compromise, and to explore this new playground. There’s no truth or absolute; I’m just having fun and experimenting with art. I hope you’ll enjoy it.”

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