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Frédéric Sanchez’s Film Sonore 17

Jun. 2, 2015

Since 1988, Paris based composer and producer, Frédéric Sanchez has created some of the most innovative soundtracks for the world’s biggest fashion shows. In the past year alone he has scored runway collections for Prada, Jil Sander, Comme des Garçons, Calvin Klein, Miu Miu, Alexander Wang, Thomas Tait and many more.

Designers come to Sanchez because he is an expert in creating the perfect atmosphere to compliment their clothes. Unlike other show DJs who may go for obvious hits of the moment, Sanchez’s soundtracks feature everything from Sunn O))) and Psychic TV to Sigue Sigue Sputnick and Nana Mouskouri. He uses unexpected sounds to help elevate the catwalk into an unforgettable spectacle, whilst simultaneously giving the fashion industry a musical education. On his Synth Hero mix, Sanchez explore the dark recesses of electronic music. “The way I understand my relationship with the sound and the music has always been autobiographical,” he says. “For me sounds and music are like fragments that I put together in order to create an organic and personal feeling.The way I proceed is always the same either if I use existing tracks or if I compose original music as my starting point has to do with storytelling in order to create mental images. This mix is a journey in my own world and my memories.” Sit back, put your headphones on and let Frédéric Sanchez open up your mind. You might be afraid of what you find…

Listen to Frédéric Sanchez’s Film Sonore 17 here.

Source: Dazed Digital

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