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clearlight sound quality, their dub fades i nto electro-ambiant chamanism and becomes a magic sound installation Â» From Le Monde to 20 Minutes, from Keyboards Magazine to Telerama, reviews of Dub phonic's "Smoke Signals " (2003) were all over positive. First album of the Fre nch trio after a cult 12" for the Chicago based label Guidance Recordings, calle d Smoke Signals, was entirely instrumental. It soon became a music supervisors favorite and tracks were being picked up for series such as "Six Feet Under " and "Dexter ". After a long tour with the Japanese band Audio Active and a handful of concerts, and while their remix of Tosca's "Orozco " was being spun all around the world , the band went back into the studio in 2004. If inspiration met the rendez-vous, Stefane Goldman (guitars/electronics), Alex is Mauri aka Alexkid (programming & production) and Sylvain Mosca (programmi ng & electronics), they were not fully satisfied with the results and agree d that time would not be an issue. They wanted the best for their second album. Four years in-and-out of the studio later, eleven new compositions were complet ed and finalised for the fresh new album Relight. During the deliberatly very slow creative process, four of these new pieces natu rally evolved into songs with guest vocal performances by Cuban-American Liset A lea (previously heard on Alexkid's second and third album), Euro-American Daniel la D'Ambrosio (Nouvelle Vague, Aswefall), Brasilian CÃ u (whose new album Varagosa is about to be released in Europe) and English Mau (co-founder of Earthling and several other projects). The band members plays most of the instruments and and writes most of the repert oire themselves. For certain special takes, they called in brilliant musicians such as Jean-Phili ppe Rykiel and Rodriguez Jr. on electric piano, JÃ©rÃ©mie Poirier-Quinot on flut e and Prince Zober on percussions. Their different inputs and the various palette of the guest singers/writers, enr iches the bands unique sound while at the same time keeping the cinematic essenc e of their music, more obvious than ever in tracks like "Nora Sun", "Last Resor t Hotel" or the magnificent closing number "Outland".