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Antoine Dupuy (aka Ultrajove, aka Bitonio, aka Toinou, aka Jürgen) was born in Poitiers, a city of art and history, December 4. After a full curriculum (NES, Sega Genesis, Super NES, Playstation …) but somewhat stressful for parents, the young and dashing Antoine Dupuy easily wins a “Master of Engineering in Network Security Solutions for Businesses could afford the services of consultants “of the Faculty of Poitiers and enters the workforce. But that’s not the point. It is the early discovery of the PC, offered as a protective talisman, a guarantee of success, by his parents relieved to see him spend so many hours working on this new instrument (it will quickly become brilliant in matters such as doom-like unfortunately not present in the curriculum). Step by step, little by little, using this instrument, quickly equipped with old speakers (“old” is used for “more authentic”), and an old amp, he comes into music (and its parents in his room to tell him to ‘turn down the sound a lot, dear’). Then came the midi keyboard, the mixer and countless high-performance softwares, samples, beats, etc.. All this for what? To create a music nourished by various influences: from big beat to house, techno dub, not to mention the ‘trip-core clash’ (which is often confused with the ‘deep-tech analog’, No sense!) And other currents more or less alternative. And then we had to sort, collect, select from all these projects to finally achieve an album, the first, easiest, more difficult and then the second… So … try to immerse yourself in this music as varied as personal, the result of a long process of exploration, sometimes in troubled waters, which is striking for its freshness and dense (dance) simplicity.

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