Fresh off a remix for Grimes' "My Name is Dark", producer Julien Bracht has gone full force through the seclusion of the CV19 studio with a clear vision for brighter days ahead. Bracht's new album "Now Forever One" is emblematic of dark analogue synth-wave. Bracht's first solo album under his own name is tailored with surgical precision for the shoegazing astral sound travellers who yearn to break out of their pandemic quarantines and gather for techno-induced ascension.
As a lifelong drummer, Bracht's insatiable musical energy lead him to bang out his first 3 EPs within one year of first being signed in 2011-12. In 2015 he founded the band Lea Porcelain with Markus Nikolaus in London. Their hypnotic post-rock debut release in 2017, “Hymns to the Night,” gained instant acclaim from UK tastemakers Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and Zane Lowe, to name a few. The lads broke back onto the international stage with dates on several major festivals around Europe, including the Leeds/Reading Festival, Great Escape Brighton and Latitude.
Rich output combined with the inclusion of live drums in his solo live sets quickly gained Bracht recognition and slots on the global tour circuit.