VA – InFiné10

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November 13th, 2006: The first InFiné release. A visionary piece on which a young Luxemburgish musician, Francesco Tristano, interpreted a piano rendition of a mythic anthem of the Detroit scene, originally produced by Derrick May.

Nearly 40 albums and hundreds of singles later – all genres and formats mixed – the label can be proud about their first decade where the fundamentals of the music market have renewed several times, without abandoning their original values. At each memorable milestone, the label could count on ‘its family’, the confidence of its team, artists, graphic designers, video makers, technical providers of course, but also its worker bees, who became essential to the survival and the regeneration of our small business : the interns. Our present was built thanks to them. Our future will be built with you.

This selection is a mirror of our daily activity as a label. For its curators, this compilation is evocative of a discovery on record and on stage, sometimes of first contacts with artists, often of passionate speeches with our A&R director, and of repetitive listening sessions in our office in the 18th district in Paris.

For you, it’s now the occasion to explore our catalog in all its eclecticism and transversality, to (re)discover our club classics, our pop hits or our piano celebrations.

InFiné10 is at our image, both complex and instinctive. It preaches for an open-mind on music worldwide as much as it strives to accompany your most personal emotions.

Including tracks by Apparat, Agoria, Oxia, Murcof, Francesco Tristano, Danton Eeprom, Rone, Clara Moto, Cubenx, Arandel…

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