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2009: "Thanks for Nothing" – the opening track on Danton Eeprom’s first long player “Yes is More” – messes around with genres amidst a blaze of skewed guitar riffs, shaking up some of the more uptight electronic conventions. Going back to what he knows? With Danton Eeprom, things are never quite so straightforward: prior to making dancefloors the world over sweat out of every pore, Sir Eeprom had proudly served in rock band Dust Art at the end of the 90s. A true punk at heart, with his loyal guitar slung across his back, Danton was to eventually lead the band into the realm of electronic experimentation, as is evident from the one and only album they ever recorded. We all know how the rest of the story went: “Grindhouse”, “Confessions Of An English Opium-Eater”, “Face Control” – to name but a few – and a sound that straddles house, techno, rock… and just plain weirdness.   

THANKS FOR NOTHING "New video online" (dir: Seconde Nature / Cyril Meroni)

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2010: riding high, Danton has enlisted under his banner the machines of Tomas More (his partner on Fondation Records) for a dark and dynamic reinterpretation, the dreamy electro soundscapes of Etienne Jaumet, one of this year’s most talked-about artists (Versatile), and Logo – newly signed to Kitsuné – so that his Rock anthem can enrapture dancefloor crowds, night after night, all night long. As an added incentive, “Give Me Pain”, another key track on the album, receives the Mikael Stravöstrand treatment, resulting in what can only be described as a real and truly hypnotic tour de force. 

So yes, it should really be thanks for everything...

iF2024_ Danton Eeprom_out in may 2010

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