French Touch legend Fred Falke returns with ‘Alpha’ EP

French Electronic music legend Fred Falke returns with a new 4-track EP named ‘Alpha’.

Fred Falke, who released the memorable hit “Intro” in 2000 in collaboration with Alan Braxe, another French Touch legend, finally returns. The Frenchman releases a four-track EP, ‘Alpha‘, that marks the first original music from him in almost five years. The last original music productions from Falke came in 2011, with the release of his debut album, ‘Part IV‘.Watch Full Movie Streaming Online and Download

Today, Fred Falke lives in Los Angeles, and American influences can be found all over the 4 tracks of his new EP. But, the French DJ can’t deny his musical roots and still has the same musical print after all these years. With slappy bass guitars, heavy-dreamy synth pads and heady voices, this ‘Alpha’ EP is a sweet revival of the 90’s French Touch sounds wrapped in a modern blanket. This is a mix of Parisian chic and California cool.

With Fred Falke handling bass, keyboard and programming duties, alongside celebrated guitarist Brent Paschke (Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry), the new ‘Alpha‘ EP is a demonstration of his broad musical influences. The track “Radio Days” is the first single of the EP, and features a voiceover from legendary Los Angeles radio DJ ‘Shotgun’ Tom Kelly.

‘Alpha’ EP by Fred Falke is available on iTunes

Track listing:
1. Radio Days
2. It’s A Memory
3. All Of My Love
4. Crepuscule

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