Brainchild of french based electro music producer Gregory Hoepffner, Almeeva releases it’s 3rd EP with Infine Music label and a brand new music video you’ll be the first here to discover. Just in time to give our almost-summer sunset sessions a taste of freedom.

Mixing minimalist and modern aesthetics, Almeeva seems to have what it gets to self proclaim itself a worthy successor of the minimalist electro scene. Add this to his pop influenced beats and club culture, you may be in presence of one of Apparat and Moderat’s cosmic babies. This 3rd EP gets you on a journey. The whole production is rather ambiant but starts with an uptempo and dramatic note with Clense. It then takes you in other dark and dreamy places like in Arches, to end with the surprising, nonetheless right on point, Haddaway’s What is Love cover.
Some Revelation has something of the epic highlight in this journey, with it’s ethereal accents. We had the chance to get a preview of the music video, and lucky you guys, you’ll be the first to discover it right here. The piece gets you into a dreamy kaleidoscopic inner world in a lifeless city, embodied by smiley-faced individuals. Between hazy glitches and strange moves, those two free spirits seem to seek connection and harmony.

Talking about his music, the artist mentions It’s like watching paint dry, whether you take this for it’s meaning of satisfaction or contemplation, we guess this EP suits both. Plug your headphones, unplug everyday life and let go.
Almeeva aka Gregory Hoepffner is a multi-instrumentalist and video maker. He is a member of several rock and hardcore band like Kid North, Radius System, Painting By Numbers, Dawnshape or Time to Burn. He signed a first remix for Machins Choses by Bachar Mar Khalifé before collaborating with Bernard Szajner on his live Evolution. His first two EPs released on InFiné, Anamorphic and Oblite, oscillate between indietronica and emotional clubbing, and were supported by varied medias. His previous EP included a cover of The Smiths. This 3rd maxi highlight is an emblematic track of the early 90’s Eurodance scene.

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