Etienne Jaumet

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Along with his work as one-half of Zombie Zombie, French producer/multi-instrumentalist Etienne Jaumet pursues an adventurous solo career. With his EPs and albums for Versatile Records, he follows his bliss, delivering eerie techno with 2010's Night Music or reimagining jazz standards as cosmic electronic explorations on 2018's 8 Regards Obliques. Jaumet studied saxophone and sound engineering at the Conservatoire in Paris and began collaborating with several likeminded artists in the 2000s. He joined the band the Married Monk for their 2004 album The Belgian Kick and also worked with percussionist Francisco "Flóp" López. With drummer Cosmic Neman, Jaumet formed Zombie Zombie, and the pair released its self-titled EP on Boomboomtchak Records in 2006. The duo then moved to Versatile Records and released Driving This Road Until Death Sets You Free (2007), a 12" single that preceded the release of the accompanying full-length A Land for Renegades (2008). In 2007, also on Versatile Records, Jaumet made his solo debut with Repeat Again After Me, a 12" release featuring a remix of the title track by Âme. His first full-length, the Carl Craig-produced Night Music, arrived in 2009 and spawned that year's Entropy EP. Jaumet returned in 2011 with the tech-house single Satori, and kept busy with collaborations with artists including Joakim and Richard Pinhas. After spending some time working with Zombie Zombie -- including a tribute to John Carpenter, the soundtrack Loubia Hamra, and their second album Rituels d'un Nouveau Monde -- Jaumet returned to his solo career. The single Metallik Cages arrived in late 2014, heralding the release of La Visite, a more dance-oriented set, in February 2015. Following a pair of Zombie Zombie releases (2016's Slow Futur EP and the following year's full-length Livity), Jaumet delivered 2018's 8 Regards Obliques, on which he transformed classic jazz compositions by Sun Ra, Miles Davis, and more into atmospheric synth and sax meditations. ~ Jason Birchmeier


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