French audiovisual duo Abraham Fogg (based in Nantes & Los Angeles) have released their first EP ‘Metamorphosis’ via digital & ultra limited vinyl edition formats. Abraham Fogg flirts with the original electro / techno experiments of the Warp label and the mystical and airy climates of an Arvo Pärt.
Along with the EP release, the duo have shared the stunning short horror film Metamorphosis directed by Abraham Fogg about the life and work of French contemporary artist Olivier de Sagazan. Watch the video clip via YouTube below.
A personal and narrative electronica. One can meet a group of cellos or a ghostly piano. Deep and aggressive bass, unstable rhythms coexist with melodic themes of great emotional power, timeless, and more contemplative tracks.
The duo Abraham Fogg (Grégoire Vaillant & Charles-Edouard Dangelser – collaborators of the Manchester Camerata Orchestra, Bill Ryder Jones..) delivers dark live performances that resemble a pagan mass, in a setting of smoke, LEDs, screens and intense images, ghostly appearances and spatialized sound. The duo makes their own short films. These unique objects have already won over 35 awards, both for their visual and musical qualities, at international film festivals, from Paris to New York, London to Calcutta or Los Angeles.