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EPISODE #281
SUN MORNING, 08 OCT 2017

Maud Geffray

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Curator: Louise
Writer: Louise
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

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This morning we welcome the amazing producer Maud Geffray on MailTape. Her solo album ‘POLAAR’ is a multi-layered gem of cold electronic music. Today’s episode is a rollercoaster of emotions and feelings melted in electronic sounds. I hope you’re ready for the ride! I’m really proud of this episode, and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

Maud Geffray’s selection

Alessandro Cortini — Scappa

Maud Geffray : I love that guy, Alessandro was the keyboard of NIN during a few years, what he does under his own name is incredible. He’s based in L.A. and is one of the best musician from this modular synth scene. Just perfect for a sunday morning.

Lana Del Rey - Love

Maud Geffray : Tragic romance, some of my friends wouldn’t share my pleasure, but that’s a real personal one.

Casual Gabberz — Inutile de fuir (la compilation)

Maud Geffray : Crescendo. Casual Gabberz’s compilation is perfect to give me power for the rest of the day.

Louise : The compilation is made of 51 banger tracks, I couldn’t fit them all in this tape, so Maud chose the track Lycamobile by Paul Seul. If you liked this track, please go check out the whole tape!

MailTape’s selection

Maud Geffray — Polaar

Louise : This is the opening track from Maud Geffray’s debut album. With this song I feel like I can achieve anything. There’s something very cinematic in it, just as the rest of the LP. It blows me away to another world.

Helena Hauff — Gift

Louise : This Helena Hauff track is perfect to start the day! Some good synths and rhythm to kick your butt and boost your energy. It builds up in an amazing way!

Gang Sign — Prequel

Louise : As always when working on MailTape, I’ve been lost in Soundcloud. This track appears as if it’s gonna be a pop song at the beginning… but there’s this fast synth that comes in and turns it into something more electronic. I love how this track evolves in a way I didn’t see coming.

Hiroshi Yoshimura (吉村弘) — Dance PM

Louise : I felt like I had to have something really smooth to close this tape. I was amazed when I found this Japanese 80’s song from Hiroshi Yoshimura. I couldn’t find a better track to end this tape. Ambient at its best!

That’s all folks! Hope you enjoyed listening to this episode and a huge thanks to Maud Geffray for being our guest! Also, amazing artwork is from Camille Célestin, thank you for this wonderful illustration!

Louise.

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Curator: Louise
Writer: Louise
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

Dedicated to help your discover new music, since 2011 💎

MailTape is a nonprofit art collective run by volunteers united by their love for music. We are committed to offering an experience that respects you: ethical design, 100% human curation, no ads, no external trackers.

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