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Examples of "vitalic"
Pascal Arbez (born in 1976), better known by his stage name Vitalic, is a French electronic dance music artist.
Through their relationship with Citizen Records, Monosurround have played alongside Vitalic and The Hacker at Les Plagess festival in France, 2006 and 2007. This tour with Vitalic continued on to Barcelona to play the Razzmatazz complex in 2007. Their last big festival appearance was Sónar festival 2008, playing alongside The Hacker.
Additional popular and commercially successful European electronic music artists of the 1990s include Leftfield, LFO, Massive Attack, Portishead, Underworld, Mr. Oizo, Orbital and Vitalic.
The Kooks, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Elbow, Mogwai, Radio Soulwax presents: Vitalic, Soulwax Nite Versions, Tiga, 2 Many DJ's
Having successfully released these EPs into the French market in 2006 and 2007, Monosurround played live again alongside acts such as Vitalic and The Hacker.
Flashmob is the second studio album by French Electronic music artist Vitalic. The album was released on 25 September 2009 through PIAS Recordings.
With the signing of acts like The Hacker, Tiga and Vitalic the label started to develop a broad electronic artist roster.
V Live is a live album by Vitalic released in 2007. The album is an exact recording of Vitalic's live performance in Ancienne Belgique, Brussels.
OK Cowboy is the debut album of Vitalic, first released in 2005. After a year, the album was re-released featuring a second, enhanced CD.
The festival took place in high temperatures with Vitalic arriving 45 minutes late due to a delayed flight but eventually making an appearance on the Main Stage.
In 2008, he joined the band The Silures, which was founded by Vitalic and Linda Lamb in 2002. In 2009, he quit the group.
Linda Lamb is an American singer and musician of European descent, who has worked with Vitalic and Nina Hagen; she is known for her underground hit "Hot Room".
"My Friend Dario" is the first single from Vitalic's debut album, "OK Cowboy". It is the first single from Vitalic to use "Brigitte", a vocal synthesis program. "No Fun", which is another track on "OK Cowboy", also uses Brigitte.
The film also features songs by artists including: "Poison Lips" by Vitalic; "Dubstride" by Yann McCullough and Gemma Kicks; "Snuffbox" by Matt Berry; "Pontiac Moon" by Robert J. Walsh; and "Jubilee (Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around)" by Bobby Womack.
French recording artist Vitalic collaborated with Lamb on an extended play, entitled "All You Can Eat", under the band name "The Silures". The EP was a hit with DJs across Europe and America but to date has never been released fully. The track "Fishnets" became a dance floor anthem in clubs in 2003. Another track from the Silures EP, "21 Ghosts", was featured on Richard X’s "Back to Mine". Lamb continued her creative partnership with Vitalic in 2006 with "Bells" and "One Above One" on Vitalic’s 2009 album Flashmob.
In his career, he has remixed songs by artists including Beyoncé, Depeche Mode, Ash, James, Benny Benassi, Kylie Minogue, and Gorillaz, under various aliases. He has also toured with Crookers, Vitalic, Bookashade, Deadmau5 as well as collaborating with the likes of Jon Spencer (Blues Explosion), Morgan Kibby of M83, and many others.
Popular among London's celebrities, stars such as Kate Moss, Alexander McQueen, Björk, Keith Flint, Gwen Stefani, Cilla Black, Zoë Ball and regular Boy George were documented partying there , and acts such as Ellen Allien, Vitalic, Miss Kittin and My Toys Like Me performed.
In late 2016, Vitalic began a new live tour across Europe ahead of the release of his fourth studio album, "Voyager", which was released on 20 January 2017. On Metacritic, "Voyager" has a combined "metascore" of 71 out of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews."
Saman Kesh (born Saman Keshavarz) is an Iranian-American filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California, United States. He is known for his narrative music video work for notable artists such as Basement Jaxx, Calvin Harris, Kygo, Placebo, !!! Chk Chk Chk, Vitalic, Apparat and Porter Robinson.
Even in their early years, The Penelopes band had already played in many major festivals such as Dour Festival, Sónar, Monegros, Santander, Garorock, Radio France Festival, MoMA PS1, and Transmusicales de Rennes. They had also supported Ladytron, Vitalic, and The Human League among others.